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Q: How did the British Parliament respond to the Boston Tea Party? A. with the Sugar Acts B. with the Intolerable Acts C. with the Shipping Acts D. with the Installation Acts
A: How did the British Parliament respond to the Boston Tea Party? B. with the Intolerable Acts
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User: How did the British Parliament respond to the Boston Tea Party? A. with the Sugar Acts B. with the Intolerable Acts C. with the Shipping Acts D. with the Installation Acts

Weegy: How did the British Parliament respond to the Boston Tea Party? B. with the Intolerable Acts
cjabward|Points 760|

User: Which of the following best describes actual representation? A. Citizens are represented in a legislature by some they directly elect. B. Citizens are represented in a legislature by people appointed by others. C. Citizens are represented by a king and a legislature. D. Citizens represent themselves in a legislature.

Weegy: A. Citizens are represented in a legislature by some they directly elect.
lena.G|Points 261|

User: Why did the colonists have a problem with the Tea Act of 1773? A. They saw it as the British government giving the East India Company a monopoly on the tea market in the colonies. B. They saw it as a punishment for simply resisting the Stamp Act. C. They saw it as an extra tax they could not afford to pay. D. They saw it as a way for the British government to force colonists to drink coffee.

Weegy: C. They saw it as an extra tax they could not afford to pay.
stickman|Points 6262|

User: All of the following are ideas that can be found in John Locke's Two Treatises of Government, EXCEPT: A. Government is established to protect personal rights to life, liberty, and property. B. Government gains power from the consent of those it governs. C. The people have the right to abolish an unjust government. D. The people have the right to sue the government over unjust imprisonment.

Weegy: Well this is some kind of philosofic question. I think that it's very important to live healthy, feeling healthy and well your life will be more positive. You'll get ill much rarely. [ It will greatly improve your mood. That's just thing everyone needs to understand itself. I suggest to do less unhealthy habits and do more sports. ]
Dark1ts|Points 20|

User: Which of the following men was considered to be the most radical rebel? A. Samuel Adams B. Thomas Jefferson C. John Dickinson D. John Adams

Weegy: C. John Dickinson considered to be the most radical rebel.
grazilda_f|Points 83|

User: How did Patrick Henry earn recognition throughout the colonies? A. He was the brainchild behind the popular Stamp Act, which allowed any ships to dock and trade with colonists. B. Patrick Henry proposed the Virginia Stamp Act Resolves, which, along with other attacks on the Crown, gained him popularity within the colonies. C. After defeating Adam Smith in a lengthy trial regarding mercantilism, Patrick Henry became the colonial voice on economics. D. In response to the Stamp tax, Patrick Henry requested that all legal documents be required to be printed on embossed government paper.

Weegy: . B. Patrick Henry proposed the Virginia Stamp Act Resolves, which, along with other attacks on the Crown, gained him popularity within the colonies.
latefisher|Points 3420|

User: In what city did the members of the First Continental Congress meet? A. Washington, DC B. New York, NY C. Boston, MA D. Philadelphia, PA

Weegy: First Continental Congress meet in D. Philadelphia, PA
asero1010|Points 4484|

User: Benjamin Franklin traveled to London in hopes of explaining colonial frustrations with the Stamp Act. While there, he suggested that the colonists resisted internal taxes but were less concerned with external taxes. Which of the following was an English reaction testing this statement? A. military response and the start of the French and Indian War B. the Townshend Acts, which included import taxes on goods such as glass and tea C. an English repeal on all import taxes on goods bought in the colonies D. a new bill that made smuggling of goods in the colonies punishable by death

Weegy: Answer is C. To tax the items bough by colonies
deepa103|Points 32|

User: Which of the following was NOT one of the Intolerable Acts? A. Stamp Act B. The Boston Port Act C. Administration of Justice Act D. Massachusetts Government Act

Weegy: A. Stamp Act was NOT one of the Intolerable Acts.
andrewpallarca|Points 28325|

User: King George III had a political history of erratic cabinet appointments. How did this affect his ability to secure his own political goals? A. Because King George III hired and fired appointees with relative haste, he ended up creating a number of political enemies who were able to reduce his popularity at home. B. His constant changing of the guard resulted in inconsistencies in policy toward the colonies that ultimately resulted in American independence. C. When the Whig party realized the erratic behavior of the king, they were able to use it to regain power from the Tory Party, which fell in line with the goals of the king. D. Continual cabinet changes meant that the Seven Years' War ultimately lasted years longer than necessary; it was a war the king had hoped to end swiftly.

Weegy: B.His constant changing of the guard resulted in inconsistencies in policy toward the colonies that ultimately resulted in American independence.
shielatifah73|Points 100|

User: All of the following are true statements about the committees of correspondence, EXCEPT: A. They were formed by the Sons of Liberty. B. The committee leaders were eventually arrested by the British government for treason. C. They began in Boston, but spread to the other colonies. D. They rallied opposition to British government taxation and reforms.

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