To pay off war debts.
To teach the colonists a lesson.
To incrrease the standard of living in Britain.
To finance westward expansion.
One man, one vote.
No taxation without representation.
Liberty, equality, and fraternity.
Freedom of speech.
Declaring war on Great Britain.
Organizaing the Boston Tea Party.
Boycotting British goods.
Holding the First Continental Congress.
To protest the Stamp Act.
To collect taxes from the colonies.
To declare the colonies independent.
To unite the colonies in response to the Intolerable Act.s
Begain to pay British taxes.
Burned Anglican churches.
Demanded the right to vote.
Establish a monarchy.
Negotiate a peaceful settlement with Britain.
Break their ties with Britain.
Use war as a last resort.
The colonists began to see themselves as different from the British.
The British lost interest in the American colonies.
The British granted the colonists their independence.
The colonists allied themselves with France.
England's neglect of the colonies.
Taxation withou representation.
Limitation of Individual Rights.
Limitation of Individual Rights