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why did many colonists feel that they were not being treated fairly by britan?
They did not like being taxed by a Parliament in which they had no representation. The colonists did not have representation in British Parliament. [ Thus came the phrase "No taxation without representation," from James Otis, an Anerican revolutionary. ]
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