Making The Revolutionary War Inevitable Dbq Answers

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British imposed acts and events against the colonies which put strain on their relationship, which lead to the Revolutionary War. I believe that the Revolutionary War was not avoidable, but only to an extent. In Document 2A, it talks about the “Sugar Act of 1764”. I believe that this helped in the process of making the Revolutionary War inevitable. This was required by the Colonies to pay tax on molasses. A recorded six pence per gallon of molasses. This was an effort to gain revenue off of the Colonies. The British needed the funds to make up for the debt made in the French and Indian War. This was also an effort to end the smuggling trade in sugar as well as make money back from the debt. Resulting in boycotts of British goods and protests
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