Grenville's Declaration Of Independence And The Sugar Act

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After America’s Declaration of Independence asserted in 1776, were radical notions for those who had grown up in a society that was ruled but a king and that enthusiastically embraced the idea of aristocracy. “The first step in Grenville’s new program was the Revenue Act (1764), popularly known as the Sugar Act” (Keene, Page 98). But, this Act violated two longheld beliefs. Also, required colonists to purchase special stamps for everything from newspapers to playing cards. How Amercia with only a citizen’s militia began to fighting a powerful army, and Congress appointed George Washington the commander of the new Continental Army. Other thing is the the deal made for British to fighting both army’s conventional and nonconventional. This
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