Sugar Act Dbq

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The passing of the Sugar Act further intensified the growing resentment between the colonies and England. George Grenville, the Prime Minister of England, passed the Sugar Act in 1764.This act taxed all of America’s imports. He also more strictly enforced the trade laws. The Americans deeply resented the taxation that they felt was unjust. James Otis put the general mood of the colonists into words when he said each colonist had the right to be “free from all taxes but what he consents to in person, or by his

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