Dif moderate msc analyzing nat change and continuity

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DIF: ModerateMSC: AnalyzingNAT: Change and Continuity22. What was the Stamp Act Congress’s most major decision?a. That Parliament could not directly tax the colonies because they did not have representation.b. That Parliament had no right to tax the colonies in order to regulate trade. c. That the colonies were to be free and independent of England. d. That King George III had overstepped his authority by issuing the Proclamation of 1763.e. That only the Continental Congress had the authority to tax the colonies. ANS: B
REF: p. 128TOP: Protests in the ColoniesOBJ: 3. Describe how, after the French and Indian War in the 1760s, the British tried to strengthen their control over the colonies and then summarize the colonial response.DIF: DifficultMSC: ModerateNAT: Historical Period23. An unexpected consequence of the nonimportation agreements within the Townshend Acts was
REF: p. 128TOP: The Boston Massacre05_Tindall_TB_ch04_061-081.indd 7205_Tindall_TB_ch04_061-081.indd 7223/03/15 12:10 PM23/03/15 12:10 PM
From Colonies to States, 1607–1776| 73OBJ: 4. Explain the underlying factors amid the events in the 1770s that led the colonies to declare their independence from Britain. DIF: ModerateMSC: UnderstandingNAT: Comparisons and Connections24. What was the purpose of the Adams-Otis letter?
REF: p. 129TOP: Samuel Adams | The Sons of LibertyOBJ: 4. Explain the underlying factors amid the events in the 1770s that led the colonies to declare their independence from Britain. DIF: ModerateMSC: EvaluatingNAT: Historical Documents25. When Massachusetts refused to renounce the letter written by Samuel Adams and James Otis in 1768, Great Britain responded by
REF: p. 129TOP: American PatriotsOBJ: 4. Explain the underlying factors amid the events in the 1770s that led the colonies to declare their independence from Britain. DIF: ModerateMSC: EvaluatingNAT: Events and Processes

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