Chapter 5 Guided Reading.docx - Chapter 5 Guided Reading 1 The attack by Massachusetts colonists on the home of lieutenant governor and chief justice

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Chapter 5 Guided Reading1. The attack by Massachusetts colonists on the home of lieutenant governor and chief justice Thomas Hutchinson:a.convinced him that the Stamp Act, which he had previously supported, was unwise.b.physically assaulted Hutchinson’s family, an act that prompted Great Britain to clamp down on colonial liberties.c.led Hutchinson to believe that effective British rule would require the loss of some liberties for the colonists.d.led Parliament to repeal the Townshend Acts immediately.e.included Samuel and John Adams.2.Virtual representation was the idea:a.that only those who were elected by a given population could represent that population in a legislative body.b.about representation that most politically active American colonists in the 1760s and 1770s embraced.c.endorsed by the Stamp Act Congress in 1765.d.that each member of Britain’s House of Commons represented the entire empire, not just his own district.e.that the king should appoint delegates to represent the colonies in the British House ofCommons.3.The Sugar Act alarmed colonists, in part because it:4.The Stamp Act created such a stir in the colonies because:
5.What contribution did the Stamp Act episode make to the colonists’ concept of liberty?

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