Yes the american revolution was justified.When any form of government becomes destructive of the unalienable rights it’s the people’s right to alter or abolish it. These eventually came into mention due to taxes the british government put on colonists and their reactions to it, Which the government had to add acts but that didn't stop the colonists.
Taxes, Money that paid for it’s war debts in the 1760’s, the King and the parliament believed they had the right to tax the colonies therefore, the colonists were very angry and protested, leading up to to the the Sons of Liberty who was created around when the Tea act was established to protect the rights …show more content…
By an anonymous, “account of the Boston Tea party by a participant,” (1773) “I dressed myself in the costume of an indian, equipped with a small hatchet ...after having painted my face and hands with coal dust… we then were ordered by our commander to open the hatches and take out all the chests of tea and throw them outboard, and we immediately proceeded to execute his orders, first cutting and splitting the chests with our tomahawks,...In about three hours from the time we went on board, we had thus broken and thrown overboard every tea chest to be found in the ship, while those in the other ships were disposing of the tea in the same way, at the same time.We were surrounded by british armed ships, but no attempt was made to resist us.”( Doc C).The Intolerable acts/ The Declaratory acts were caused because of the Boston Tea Party making the british government having to tax the colonists to pay for the teas that was thrown into the ocean.
On the contrary, the revolution was justified.The british government made colonies turn many things that were better to worse.Colonists did what they felt was right and fought for what they believed had to be