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Causes of the American Revolution. Turning Point: French & Indian War. Soured British-Colonial Respect Pompous British Officer’s blind use of “Civilized” European Warfare against Frontier Guerilla fighting of France’s Native Allies British disregard for lives of Colonial frontier settlers

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turning point french indian war
Turning Point: French & Indian War
  • Soured British-Colonial Respect
    • Pompous British Officer’s blind use of “Civilized” European Warfare against Frontier Guerilla fighting of France’s Native Allies
    • British disregard for lives of Colonial frontier settlers
  • British Policy Changes after the war
political
Political
  • End of Salutary Neglect
    • Sugar Act: lowered tax on Molasses but strict enforcement
  • Voice—Representation
    • Stamp Act: No taxation w/o representation
    • Stamp Act Congress
  • Rights:
    • Writs of Assistance: searches w/o warrant
    • Quartering Act: invasion of privacy
economic
Economic
  • Mercantilism
    • Currency Act:
    • Restrictions on Industry
  • Taxes
    • Townshend Acts
  • Land
    • Proclamation of 1763
    • Quebec Act: French Canadian fur traders
massachusetts rebels
Massachusetts Rebels
  • Harvard Lawyers: James Otis
  • Boston Massacre
  • John Hancock & Samuel Adams
    • Sons of Liberty
  • Boston Tea Party
coercive intolerable acts
Coercive (Intolerable) Acts
  • Punish Boston & Massachusetts for Tea Party
  • 1st Continental Congress
  • Lexington & Concord
    • British failed to arrest Adams & Hancock
  • 2nd Continental Congress
    • Declaration of Independence
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