APUSH Terms Unit 2

APUSH Terms Unit 2 - Term Definition Tea Act Designed to...

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Term: Tea Act Definition: Designed to help British East India Company. Creating colonies and governing them. British Empire is creating a monopoly which is controlling the price of a good. Merchants do not see this as a win-win situation. Larger group of colonists are also concerned about the British control because no taxation without representation. Sons and daughters of liberty and are involved. Britain was trying to the best thing for the whole British Empire. Significance= Leads to the Boston tea party. The Boston tea party leads to be intolerable acts. Term: Daughters of Liberty Definition: all female organization that forms anti-British riots in activities Term: Mercy Otis Warren Definition: Wrote satirical plays to resist British taxation
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Term: Coercive Acts / Intolerable Acts Definition: Parliament close the port of Boston which drastically reduced colonial self-government. They also permitted Royal officers to be tried in other colonies or in England when accused of crimes. They also provided for the
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