American colonists questioned many of Britain's laws and beliefs after the French and Indian War. The war brought Britain into a deep debt. As recalled in the articles I read, the Stamp Act was enforced by the British, and was supposed to show that Britain and the Colonies would be unified. Using a little of my own knowledge I found that the British wanted to decrease their debt, and the Americans felt it was irrational. I found it to be quite ironic how the British helped train George Washington in the Military Profession during the French and Indian War because in later years he was one of the many significant people who helped change the colonies under British rule. Washington was young and hopeful when he sent a letter to General Edward Braddock (as expressed in Document C) hoping to attain knowledge from this British General. The laws that Great Britain... [continues]
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