The first time that the parliament attempted to raise

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the first time that the Parliament attempted to raise money from direct taxes from the colonies, instead of the regulations of commerce. This act was a direct coup to the colonists, all of them this time. In other hand, by imposing this tax without the colonial consent, the Parliament was facing the will of freedom of the colonists. The Parliament were acting above the authority of colonial elites, and they would not let this happen: “They were ready to defend this authority in the name of liberty.” Some of the colonists which disagree with the Act believed that the Parliament had no right to impose this taxes, and with the time, more and more colonists started to insist that Britain had no right to tax them. Also in 1765, we had the Stamp Act Congress, which resolution “began by affirming the ‘allegiance’ of all colonists to the ‘Crown of Great Britain’ and their ‘due subordination’ to the Parliament.” This measures, which obviously the colonists disagreed, made them begin boycotts until the Parliament repeal the Stamp Act. Accidentally, the Britain had for the first time united the Americans. There was also
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other movements initiated by colonial elites which inspired every American, rich or poor, to become more aware of its freedom and to defend it. 2. Alternative Source (Name, Location, etc.): - American Memory (? hlaw:2:./temp/~ammem_Cy7J::@@@mdb=mcc,nfor,aap,cowellbib,consrvbib,vv, presp,varstg,suffrg,hlaw,aaodyssey,coolbib,fpnas,mff,mnwp,rbcmillerbib,molden,
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