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Road To Revolution, 1763-1775

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1.  One consequence of the British and American victory in the French and Indian War was:
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2.  Parliament's repeal of the Stamp Act:
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3.  Colonists reacted to the passage of the Tea Act by:
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4.  The Boston Tea Party of 1773 was:
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5.  The Quebec Act:
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6.  The Quebec Act proved especially unpopular in the colonies because it accomplished all of the following EXCEPT :
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7.  The passage of the Stamp Act and the Sugar Act:
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8.  The relationship between Britain and its American colonies fundamentally changed in 1763 when __________ assumed charge of colonial policy.
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9.  Unlike the __________ Act, the __________ Act and the __________ Act were both indirect taxes on trade goods arriving in American ports.
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10.  The following image by Paul Revere illustrates:Click for larger! 
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11.  When the British argued in favor of virtual representation, they meant that:
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12.  Mercantilism harmed the colonies in which of the following ways?
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13.  The implementation of nonimportation actions in protest of the Stamp Act was important politically because:
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14.  The British soldiers involved in the Boston Massacre had been sent to the colonies because of:
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15.  The Boston Tea Party caused the British to:
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16.  American colonies strongly resented the Townshend Acts because:
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17.  The most significant action taken by the First Continental Congress to protest the Intolerable Acts was:
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18.  Which of the following events directly led to the first real military conflict between the colonists and Redcoats?
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19.  The British government was especially concerned about rebellion in America because they also feared:
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20.  One advantage the colonists enjoyed over Britain as conflict broke out was:
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21.  In Common Sense Thomas Paine argued:
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