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Title: "No Taxation Without Representation"-> Revolutionary Movement?

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Subject: American History
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Date: July 12, 2006
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This also worked the other way. Goods sold to America were shipped to England first, where customs duties could be collected, and British middlemen would boost the cost of the product in order to earn a cut of the profit. The colonies were being "milked" by the British, but these trade regulations did not do enough to cut the war debt, and Parliament soon resorted to internal taxes...

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The colonies were being "milked" by the British, but these trade regulations did not do enough to cut the war debt, and Parliament soon resorted to internal taxes. These trade restrictions soon led to taxes imposed directly on the people of the colonies, rather than just merchants...

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