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Colonists reacted to the passage of the Tea Act by:



A. Rejoicing that Parliament had seemingly accepted the American definition of representation
B. Suspecting that it was a trick to get them to violate their principle of \No taxation without representation\
C. Immediately calling the First Continental Congress into session
D. Avoiding the tax on tea by buying their tea directly from the British East India Company
E. Voluntarily closing all ports to foreign trade

This question is part of Road to Revolution, 1763-1775
Asked by Donof, Last updated: Mar 09, 2020

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Answered May 18, 2018

Suspecting that it was a trick to get them to violate their principle of "No taxation without representation"
 

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