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Subject: History
Author: Richard W
Date: April 5, 2014
Level: University
Grade: A
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It brings out ‘sales taxes,’ or excise duties on salt, beer, and spirits. Merchants complain privately. -British colonial troops are un-kept, inept, and taken from the “dregs of society” Britain’s victory over France= new peacekeeping force (standing army) that is only for defensive and taking care of small uprisings that could lead to larger problems...

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George Grenville: Imperial Reformer was the main British leader of the imperial reform of the colonies. -His plan for imperial reform; Currency Act which extends ban on paper money and now American merchants/workers must pay debts to Britain in gold/silver; Sugar Act replaces Molasses Act which causes merchants and Massachusetts legislature to protest...

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