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Cause and Effect. Cause A person or thing that gives rise to an action. Effect A change that is the result of an action or other cause Cause and Effect is a series of related events like links in a chain.

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cause and effect
Cause and Effect
  • Cause
    • A person or thing that gives rise to an action.
  • Effect
    • A change that is the result of an action or other cause
  • Cause and Effect is a series of related events like links in a chain.
  • In Cause and Effect one event causes another event, which causes another event, and so on.
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A series of violent clashes intensified the colonies’ anger. In March 1770, British soldiers in Boston opened fire on a crowd that was pelting them with stones and snowballs. Colonists called the death of five protestors the Boston Massacre. Then in December 1773, a handful of colonists hurled a cargo of recently arrived British tea into the harbor to protest a tax on tea. The incident became known as the Boston Tea Party. When Parliament passed harsh laws to punish Massachusetts for the destruction of the tea, other colonies rallied to oppose the British response.

As tensions increased, fighting spread. By April 1775, the ongoing tension between the colonists and the British exploded into war in Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts. This war is known as the Revolutionary War, or the American Revolution.

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Cause

    • A series of violent clashes
    • Crowd pelting soldiers with stones and snowballs.
    • Tax on tea.
    • Parliament passed harsh laws to punish Massachusetts.
    • Tensions increased.
    • Ongoing tension.
  • Effect
    • Intensified the colonists’ anger.
    • Soldiers open fire on the crowd.
    • Colonists hurl tea into harbor.
    • Colonies rallied to oppose British response.
    • Fighting spread.
    • Revolutionary War.
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