Turning Point Of Unity: The First Continental Congress

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In the reference to the American Revolution that turning point of unity would the meeting of the First Continental Congress. The meeting followed the Intolerable Acts that were passed by parliament in 1774. The Intolerable Acts was a response to the deeds of bostiantins of the Boston Tea Party. It was an attempt to try stop the "commotions and insurrections.” happening in Boston. The Intolerable acts also known as the Coercive acts consisted of the Boston Port Act which closed the port of Boston on June 1, 1774, The Massachusetts Government Act asked that the government of Massachusetts be under the control of British government and limited public assembly, The Administration of Justice Act allowed the Governors to allow trails to take
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