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Dec 5, 2022

[Answer] 1. What was the name of the tax on printed matter sold in the American colonies passed by the British Parliament in 1765 that led to the first colonial protests that the new law constituted "taxation without representation"?

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...1. Intolerable Acts 2. Stamp Act 3. Paper Tax 4. Printer's Duty Although opposition to the Sugar Act was almost entirely based on its economic effects, colonists felt that the Stamp Act violated their rights as Englishmen to have representation in any legislative body that had taxing power over them.




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Stamp Act:


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