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In 1765, this act placed a direct tax on paper products in the colonies, such as newspapers and pamphlets. The colonists were outraged and reacted by setting fires, rioting, and holding debates. A secret organization known as the Sons of Liberty formed to protest this new tax. Intolerable Acts Navigation Acts Proclamation Act of 1763 Quartering Act Stamp Act Townshend Act
In 1765, this act placed a direct tax on paper products in the colonies, such as newspapers and pamphlets. The colonists were outraged and reacted by setting fires, rioting, and holding debates. [ A secret organization known as the Sons of Liberty formed to protest this new tax. This act is: Stamp Act. ]
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