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Q: What kind of representation did the colonists want in Parliament? A. virtual representation B. actual representation C. honorary representation D. monarchial
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User: What kind of representation did the colonists want in Parliament? A. virtual representation B. actual representation C. honorary representation D. monarchial representation

Weegy: virtual representation
neilatz|Points 10|

User: According to John Locke's Two Treaties on Government, every man has the right to all of the following EXCEPT A. life. B. liberty. C. property. D. happiness.

Weegy: According to John Locke's Two Treaties on Government, every man has the right on all of the following EXCEPT C. property
brunaleski|Points 1172|

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

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.
andrewpallarca|Points 16725|

User: Why did the colonists have a problem with the Tea Act of 1773?

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.
koaley|Points 6262|

User: Why did John Adams defend the British soldiers after the Boston Massacre? A. John Adams was sympathetic to the British and so was eager to serve in any way under the Crown. B. Samuel Adams, who was John Adams' brother, was one of the accused soldiers. C. While John Adams was not sympathetic to the British, he believed the accused deserved a fair trial. D. John Adams, who was enraged by the actions of the guilty colonists, hoped to prove the innocence of the British troops.

Weegy: C. While John Adams was not sympathetic to the British, he believed the accused deserved a fair trial.
MattMan|Points 121|

User: George Grenville became prime minister of England in 1763. What was his proposed solution to the debt England accumulated because of the Seven Years' War? A. Grenville feared that American colonists would not support new tax proposals, and so he suggested a new tax on English landowners. B. Since the American colonists were the main financiers of the conflict, they should see a reduction in taxes. C. Grenville believed that American colonists had gained the most from the conflict, and so they should pay off the debt as well as start to support themselves. D. He felt that profits from trade could be the easiest solution to England's financial woes, and so supported a trade alliance with Spain.

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