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Taxation without representation is tyranny. Why did James Otis make this statement? He believed that America's representatives in Parliament were corrupt. He was a Loyalist who supported British taxes after the war with France. He believed American colonists should be able to vote in Parliament. He was the head of the Massachusetts Committee of Correspondence.

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