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Causes Of Bacon's Rebellion

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In 1674, Nat Bacon arrived in Virginia from England and he also received a council seat at the same time. Because offices had changed of navigation acts that tobacco prices steep fell in price, and the reason that the grain crop failed and increased taxes, the vast population of farmers and small plantations in Virginia faced bankruptcy. Meanwhile, Berkeley, who was the viceroy of Virginia, became arbitrary and peremptory that the rules of the vote were also very rigor. By 1676, tensions of people in Virginia reached the peak and broke out. The immediate cause of Bacon rebellion the Indian attack on the frontier villages in order to recapture the land that had been lost. Bacon asked Berkeley to punish the Indians but he was refused. In the
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