No Taxation Without Representation!

Schultz, Eric B.
September 2014
Cobblestone;Sep2014, Vol. 35 Issue 7, p10
The article discusses the increase in the national debt of Great Britain following the French and Indian War, focusing on Great Britain's response, including the Sugar Act and Stamp Act, the requirement that colonists house British soldiers, and the work of patriots Patrick Henry and John Adams.


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