The Stamp Act: Great Britain

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The Stamp Act Great Britain had ways, finding ways to raise revenue from the colonist. In 1733 George Grenville would create the Stamp Act in other efforts to raise money for British military, which had divested money lost due to the French and Indian War. The Stamp Act would put an embossed stamp on printed papers. Such as newspapers, bonds, licenses, playing cards, diplomas, and anything that was printed for use. Americans were appalled by these acts and felt violated. The colonist believed they weren’t supposed to be taxed without their permission. Due to the lack of representation in Parliament colonist went and protest. Which lead to boycotting British products. In 1766 the act was abolished.
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