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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.
C. They saw it as an extra tax they could not afford to pay.
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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.
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