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Passed in 1765 to tax paper goods. As it was passed without colonial consent, it greatly angered colonists.Stamp Act
88%
The initial framework of the American government after the Revolution. Congress was central and could conduct wars and foreign affairs, but needed state approval for taxes.Articles of Confederation
76%
5 colonists were killed by British soldiers in 1770 after colonists attacked the customs house in Boston. This incident led to widespread colonial outrage.Boston Massacre
72%
A conflict between Britain & the Colonies, the French, and Native Americans that led to the end of Britain's policy of salutary neglect toward America.Seven Years War
68%
Three French agents attempted to force American representatives to bribe them. America refused and got angry, leading to an undeclared war with France.XYZ Affair
64%
Supporters of the constitution. They advocated a strong central government and feared the anarchy/chaos that unchecked popular power would bring.Federalists
64%
This rebellion started in 1794 when Pennsylvanian farmers refused to pay an excise tax on a certain product. Washington gathered a 15K man militia to put it down.The Whiskey Rebellion
60%
A rebel organization that employed terrorist tactics to protest the Stamp Act, including tarring & feathering tax officials.Sons of Liberty
52%
A pamphlet written by Thomas Paine that galvanized support for the Revolution by blaming King George III for everything.Common Sense
52%
This rebellion was led by people in the United States demanding tax relief. It failed as a military force, but did result in tax relief and postponement of debt payment.Shays Rebellion
44%
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Acts passed by Parliament in 1774 that closed the port of Boston, reduced its colonial government, allowed officers to be tried in England, and made colonists house soldiers.Intolerable Acts
44%
The final battle of the Revolutionary War. General Cornwallis surrendered after being boxed in by Americans on land and the French at sea.Yorktown
40%
A treaty in 1786 with this nation would have limited American use of the Mississippi river for 20 years. (The answer is the actual nation)Spain
36%
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and a staunch Federalist. Negotiated the unsuccessful treaty with Britain in 1794.John Jay
36%
Colonists who remained loyal to Britain during the Revolutionary War. Most were of average means, but many were wealthy.Tories
32%
A created by James Madison named after a large state where a bicameral legislature would be created and representation was based on population.Virginia Plan
28%
A rebellion of Native American tribes against colonists after the Seven Years' War. Britain passed the Proclamation of 1763 to prevent its escalation.Pontiac's Rebellion
16%
This law made by Britain limited westward expansion in the colonies to the Appalachian mountains to prevent conflicts with Indian tribes. It angered colonists.Proclamation of 1763
16%
Acts passed by Parliament in 1767 which included the forced housing of British soldiers and taxes on paper, paint, and tea. They angered colonists.Townshend Acts
12%
An act passed in 1794 to forbid an individual from waging war on a country at peace with the US. It was ignored by Edmond Genet.Neutrality Act
8%

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