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a Massachusetts politician who opposed the moderates solution to the imperial from HISTORY U.S. Histo at Charlotte Catholic High School

28 .   Colonial protest against the Stamp Act took the form of
a . convening a colonial congress to request repeal of the act .
b . a colonial boycott against British goods .
c . violence in several colonial towns .
d . wearing homemade woolen clothes .
e . all of the above .
29 .   As a result of American opposition to the Townshend Acts ,
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30 .   The colonists took the Townshend Acts less seriously than the Stamp Act because
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31 .   Arrange these events in chronological order : ( A ) Boston Massacre , ( B ) Townshend Acts , ( C ) Tea Act , ( D ) Intolerable Acts .
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32 .   Match each individual on the left with the correct description .
A . Samuel Adams 1 . a casualty of the Boston Massacre
B . John Adams 2 . a foreign volunteer who drilled American troops during the War of Independence
C . Crispus Attucks 3 . a pamphleteer who first organized committees to exchange ideas and information on resisting British policy
4 .   a Massachusetts politician who opposed the moderates ’ solution to the imperial crisis at the First Continental Congress
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33 .   The tax on tea was retained when the Townshend Acts were repealed because
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34 .   The local committees of correspondence organized by Samuel Adams
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35 .   Arrange the following events in chronological order : ( A ) clash at Lexington and Concord , ( B ) meeting of the First Continental Congress , ( C ) Quebec Act , ( D ) Boston Tea Party .
a . C , D , A , B
b . B , A , C , D
c. D , C , B , A
d . A , B , D , C
e . A , D , C , B
36 .   When Parliament passed the Tea Act , colonists
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37 .   The Boston Tea Party of 1773 was
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38 .   The most drastic measure of the Intolerable Acts was the
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39 .   The Quebec Act
a. outlawed Catholicism in British Quebec .
b. denied Quebec a representative assembly and trial by jury .
c. restricted Quebec ’s boundaries to the area north of the Great Lakes .
d. was generally ignored by the thirteen seaboard colonies because it had little effect on their relations with Britain .
e. granted Quebec a representative assembly and trial by jury .
40 .   The Quebec Act was especially unpopular in the American colonies because it did all of the following except
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41 .   The First Continental Congress was called in order to
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42 .   The First Continental Congress
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43 .   As a result of Parliament ’s rejection of the petitions of the Continental Congress ,
a . Americans reluctantly obeyed the British laws .
b. fighting and bloodshed took place , and war began .
c . Sam Adams and John Hancock were arrested .
d . America sent new petitions to Parliament .
e . Ben Franklin returned to the colonies since his efforts failed .
44 .   As the War for Independence began , Britain had the advantage of
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45 .   All of the following were weaknesses of the British military during the War for Independence except
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46 .   Many Whigs in Britain hoped for an American victory in the War for Independence because they
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47 .   As the War for Independence began , the colonies had the advantage of
a. highly reliable and well - supplied troops .
b. potential aid from the Armed Neutrality League .
c. a well - organized , strongly committed , and united population .
48 .   The colonists faced all of the following weaknesses in the War for Independence except
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49 .   By the end of the War for Independence ,
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50 .   African Americans during the Revolutionary War
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51 .   Regarding American independence ,
a . a majority of Americans supported the cause selflessly .
b . most of the American business community sacrificed profit for victory .
c . France gave little assistance .
d . only a select minority supported independence with selfless devotion .
e . Spain was in total opposition .
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4. a Massachusetts politician who opposed the moderates’ solution to theimperial crisis at the First Continental Congressa. A-4, B-3, C-2 b.A-3, B-4, C-1c. A-2, B-4, C-2d. A-2, B-1, C-3e. A-4, B- 1, C-2
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33.The tax on tea was retained when the Townshend Acts were repealed because
34.The local committees of correspondence organized by Samuel Adams
35. Arrange the following events in chronological order: (A) clash at Lexington and Concord, (B) meetingof the First Continental Congress, (C) Quebec Act, (D) Boston Tea Party.
36. When Parliament passed the Tea Act, colonistsa. rejoiced that Parliament had seemingly accepted the American definition of representation.b.suspected that it was a trick to get them to violate their principle of “No taxation withoutrepresentation.”c. immediately called the First Continental Congress into session.d. avoided the tax on tea by buying their tea directly from the British East India Company.e. gave up tea and turned to coffee.
37.The Boston Tea Party of 1773 was
38.The most drastic measure of the Intolerable Acts was the
39. The Quebec Act
40. The Quebec Act was especially unpopular in the American colonies because it did all of the followingexcept
a. turn an extensive amount of territory over to Catholic control.b. affect many colonies, not just Massachusetts.c. deny the French the right to retain many of their old customs.d. alarm land speculators, who saw a huge area snatched from their grasp.e. it set a dangerous precedent against jury trials.

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