AP US History -- Chapter 5

AP US History -- Chapter 5 - Term Definition virtual...

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Term: virtual representation Definition: Each member of Parliament represented the entire empire. The interests of all under the crown were supposedly taken into account. Term: writs of assistance Definition: Search warrants that allowed customs officials to search anywhere they chose for smuggled goods. Term: Sugar Act Definition: Established new machinery to end widespread smuggling by colonial merchants. Tried in military courts. Term: Committees of Correspondence Definition: Groups who communicated with other colonies to encourage resistance to British Acts Term: Sons of Liberty Definition: Led colonists in protest processions and boycotting British imports
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Term: Regulators Definition: Protested the under-representation of western settlements in the colony's assembly Term: Daughters of Liberty Definition: Women who spun and wove at home so as not to purchase British goods Term: Boston Massacre Definition: Group of soldiers protecting a building were assaulted and harrassed
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