• anonymous
After the French and Indian War, tension between colonists and the British government increased because a. the British increased more taxes b. British troops refused to leave c. colonists went ahead with plans for the union d. the British began to ignore the colonists
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  • anonymous
the french and indian war lead to tension because then the British government had to pay for weapons and such to win the fight- resulting in them falling into a lot of debt. then, to pay it off King George the third decided to tax the colonists with Acts like the Stamp Act and Sugar Act , which the American colonists hated. They revolted and caused trouble for Britian with riots, the boston tea party, and battles, which was basically the tension.

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