There were many causes of the American Revolution. Multiple acts occurred that all resulted in this Revolution. Nearly 13 American colonies started an uprising with the British Monarchy between 1765 and 1783, this all lead to the foundation of the United States of America. New England colonies all got settled after they decided they could go against the government because of their high education. This conflict then started the main causes of the American Revolution, Education, Freedom of the Press, and Boston’s drama.
The British felt that they were more educated than the government, so they decided to leave. This lead to the freedom of press, where John Peter Zenger wrote a newspaper called, the New York Weekly Journal, going against the Governor which obviously caused an uprising. He was charged with seditious libel which is an act of publishing a seditious statement against the government. Statutory neglect followed this with realization that the colonists did not need England anymore. So, they established a stable government, good economy, and high education in New England.
During the French and Indian war, young George Washington, who was fighting on behalf of the British, claimed that the Ohio River Valley was their land, while the French were saying the same. This started a war between the French, who later took …show more content…
They reacted to their actions by firing into the crowd. Three colonists were killed instantly, multiple were wounded, and 2 died later from serious wounds. Eight soldiers, one officer, and four civilians were arrested and charged with murder. As for the Boston Tea Party, colonist were very angry because of the tax on all the tea they bought. This resulted in an uprising, and colonists disguised as Indians went onboard the tea ship and destroyed all the