Colonial protests and boycotts against the stamp act eventually led to a) the boston massacre. b) the boston tea party. c) parliament’s

Colonial protests and boycotts against the stamp act eventually led to a) the boston massacre. b) the boston tea party. c) parliament's decision to repeal the act. d) the first shots of the war in massachusetts.

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C because the act went without representation.

The correct answer is C. 100% sure of it. Just took the test

C)Parlimentary decision to repel the act

Colonial protests and boycotts against the Stamp Act eventually led to Parlimentary decision to repel the act

Colonial protests and boycotts against the Stamp Act eventually led to Parlimentary decision to repel the act

SO the answer is C

Q. Colonial protests and boycotts against the Stamp Act eventually led to the Boston Tea Party. False, it led to Parliament's decision to repeal the Act. Q. The taxes imposed on the colonies to help pay for The French and Indian War was a major cause of the eventual American Revolution.

It led to higher taxes, no import if specific goods
People wanting their own rights so they fought parliment and soon bgean a petition

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