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There were many events which causes the Revolutinary War. As much as the colonies battle with Great Britain on the policies that they were imposing, the policies became more strict. From Proclamation of 1763 to the Deceleration of Independence was signed in Philadelphia in 1775, Great Britain would imposes the policies for 12 year. At this time, British were strengthening with their territorial acquisition of 13 colonies and expanding across Atlantic Ocean which is more than any other European nation. After that Great Britain became the strongest nation all over the world. Taxes andtariffs were imposed on the colonies to make money off of their new territory.In 1763, there was proclamation to keep the colonies, that Great Britain had conquered, to keep them from running wild which was later misunderstood and the relation of Great Britain and the colonies start to become more conflicted. The colonies want to expand and they thought that Great Britain wasn't letting them to expand in order to rule and control them easy. The Sugar Act of 1764 by Greville lowered the duty on French molasses to three pence by making it more attracted for those who obey the law and also raised penalties for criminals. The Sugar Act toughed enforcement policies. After then, The Stamp Act of 1765 taxed the colonist directly by making them to pay taxes on an piece of printed paper which was used. Taxes were not expensive at all but also it make the colonists more angry and they started thinking that the British were just creating it to make money only but no other benefits was there in that Act. Quatering Act of 1765 was passed by parliament to address concern about the soldier. In this Act it was stated that every thing required for a soldier is supplied by colonist. Again
this Act make the colonist angry because there are many colonists that are struggle to

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