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Was the British action justified?
The colonists were not justified in commencing a war with England. Although England has many reasons as to why the colonies were unjustified in waging a war, the colonists still were justified because the “Declaration of Independence” clearly stated the colonist’s problems against the king.
Why did people rebel against Great Britain?
Britain also needed money to pay for its war debts. The King and Parliament believed they had the right to tax the colonies. They protested, saying that these taxes violated their rights as British citizens. The colonists started to resist by boycotting, or not buying, British goods.
Was the colonists anger justified?
The colonists were justified in rebelling against the British due to several reasons, a large part being Locke’s reasoning. The colonists also stated that due to the acts and the manners he committed them, they would write up a series of complaints which would stand as the pinnacle of the declaration of independence.
Were the colonists justified in their rebellion from England?
The American Colonists were justified in fighting Britain during the Revolutionary War, because of the taxes and laws placed upon them as well as the misunderstanding of the Colonists’ needs by the British.
Why did the 13 colonies break away from England?
After the French and Indian War Britian felt the colonists would have to help pay for the war. Parliament refused to give the colonists representatives in the government so the thirteen colonies decided that they would break away from Britain and start their own country, The United States of America.
Are American colonists justified in rebelling against British rule?
Why did the colonists feel justified to rebel?
Why did the colonists feel justified in rebelling against Great Britain? Since the colonists had no representation in Parliament, they thought that the should not be taxed. Due to Enlightenment ideas, they felt that they could overthrow the government.
Why did the colonists criticize the Stamp Act as an taxation without representation?
The colonists criticized the Stamp Act as “taxation without representation” because the British laws stated that the government could not tax without representation of the Parliament, and the colonists in America had no representation in Parliament either.