“No Taxation without Representation!”. OBJECTIVE 3… IDENTIFY AND ANALYZE THE RESTRICTIONS PARLIAMENT AND THE KING PLACED ON THE COLONISTS. IN OTHER WORDS THINK ABOUT IT THIS WAY What was the tax/act imposed on the colonists? How did the act effect the colonies’ relationship with Great Britain?.
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The colonies were only allowed to SELL TO BRITAIN
Restricted colonial merchants and opened up wool market for the British. Caused American merchants to become irritated with Great Britain
The colonies were only allowed to BUY BRITISH-MADE GOODS and were LIMITED IN THE SELLING OF AMERICAN MADE GOODS
Caused American merchants to become irritated with Great Britain and angered the colonial consumer
The colonies were required to PAY MORE FOR NON-BRITISH GOODS
Forced colonists to purchase British made goods and limited their choices thereby angered the colonial consumer
The colonies were LIMITED IN PRODUCTION
Caused American manufacturers to become irritated with Great Britain
The colonies were SUBJECT TO SEARCHES IN WORK AND HOME
Caused Americans to feel and experience a violation of what they thought should have been protected and guaranteed rights
The colonists were FORBIDDEN TO SETTLE WEST
Caused Americans to feel powerless, unreasonably restricted, and “over-kinged”
The colonies were REQUIRED TO PAY LESS IN TAX BUT THEY HAD TO PAY IT
Caused Americans to experience the tax more than they had before (even though the tax was less)…in effect increasing tension
AGAIN THINK ABOUT IT THIS WAY
What was the tax/act imposed on the colonists?
How did the act effect the colonies’ relationship with Great Britain?
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