anonymous
  • anonymous
Richard is a colonial tax collector for the British government. Why would he be surprised that most colonists dislike the Sugar Act? Select the best answer from the choices provided. Sugar was not a commonly used good. Only the richest colonists could buy sugar. Without sugar, nobody could drink tea. The new taxes on sugar were lower than before. @texaschic101
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micahm
  • micahm
Stamp Act of 1765 *** - Colonial America www.landofthebrave.info/stamp-act.htm The Stamp Act was first direct tax to be levied on the American colonies. ... to pay a tax on blank paper and then officials would place a stamp as proof of payment. The British Parliament granted colonists the right to select American tax collectors .... reaction to the Stamp Act came as a great surprise to the British government.

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