28-Crash Course World History Video Notes
Tea, Taxes, and the American Revolution
1. The issuing and eventual repealing of the Stamp Act would only embolden the colonists when the British tried to put new taxes on the Americans in the form of the _____________________ acts. 2. These led to further protests and boycotts and most importantly, more __________________ among the colonists. 3. As previously noted, the _____________ ______________ benefited tremendously from the ______________ of consumer goods to the American colonies, and one of the most effective ways American colonists could protest _____________ ________________ ___________________ was by boycotting British products. 4. In order to enforce these boycotts, the protesters created _______________ of ___________________, which spread information about who was and was not observing the boycotts. 5. The Maryland Committee of Correspondence, in fact, was instrumental in setting up the ___________ _____________________ __________________, which convened to coordinate a response to the fighting that started in 1775. 6. The Continental Congress is most famous for drafting and approving the ________________________ of __________________________. 7. In truth, by the time the shooting started, most of the colonists were already _______________________ and had developed a sense of themselves as something _______________ and _________________ from Great Britain. 8. About ______ of colonists remained loyal to Great Britain throughout the war, especially in the major cities that Britain occupied. 9. Also lots __________ continued to support the British, especially after Britain promised that any slaves who fought with them would be __________. 10. Here’s what was pretty revolutionary about the American Revolution: The colonists threw off the rule of an __________________ __________________ and replaced it with a government that didn’t have a _________, a radical idea in a world that didn’t...
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