Copy this chart onto notebook page 17. (You may want to turn your notebook sideways). Britain’s Problems Britain’s Solutions Colonists’ Responses. Lesson 6.1b: Tighter British Control. Today we will discuss the Stamp Act and relate colonists’ actions to its repeal. Vocabulary.
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(You may want to turn your notebook sideways)
Britain’s Problems Britain’s Solutions Colonists’ Responses
Today we will discuss the Stamp Act and relate colonists’ actions to its repeal.
After the French and Indian War, Britain was heavily in debt.
Parliament began to pass laws designed to raise revenue or reduce expenses, so as to pay off their debts.
People in the colonies, who were used to running their affairs without interference from Parliament, became angry with the British government because of these laws.
But the Stamp Act was different from the Sugar Act in one important way.
Choose all that are true!
How did the colonists react to the Stamp Act?
How did the colonists react to the Declaratory Act?