Causes Of The American Revolution The Antagonizing British

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American Revolution: The Antagonizing British The American Revolution had initiated due to chain-reaction events caused by the British that infuriated the colonists. Many of the colonist felt that the British were violating their constitutional rights, so the colonist eventually fought back. The three major events that led up to the American Revolution where the French and Indian War, Intolerable Acts, and the Battle of Lexington and Concord. The British fueled the American Revolution by limiting colonist’s expansion, violating their rights, invading U.S. soil. All three of these events against the colonists came together like a puzzle to start the American Revolution War. The French and Indian War started in 1754 and it was a war between the French with United States help against the Indians with Britain’s help. The war was fought in North America, eventually the British won the war and French was kicked out of the North America territory. The British were able to gain a substantial amount of land from the colonists although they suffered some repercussions. “The war had been enormously expensive, and the British government’s attempts to impose taxes on colonists to help cover these expenses resulted in increasing colonial resentment of British attempts to expand imperial authority in the colonies. British attempts to limit western expansion by colonists and inadvertent provocation of a major Indian war further angered the British subjects living in the American

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