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23 January, 07:26

Part of the American colonists' anger towards Britain prior to the American Revolution stemmed from the fact that

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  1. 23 January, 07:59
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    England was taxing the colonists without their consent, and without sending a representative to explain the mother country's reasoning. This is called taxation without representation. In fact, the phrase "No Taxation without Representation" became one of the colonists' main slogans to demonstrate their complaints.
  2. 23 January, 09:12
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    B. England let us be on our own and pretty much govern ourselves (Salutary Neglect) then taxed our tea, rum, molasses, etc. this got people upset and the war began
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