Which sentances state reasons for tension between he american colonists and British political powers?
A. The american colonists were alarmed by the large influx of common people from Brian
B. The american colonists strongly opposed the tax laws imposed by the British government
C. The american colonists were dismayed by the lack of support from the british gov. In the French and Indian war
D. The american colonists were angered by the presence of British soldiers who had found employment in america
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The American colonists strongly opposed the tax laws imposed by the British Government. Following the Seven Years' War or the French and Indian War, the British Crown imposed large taxes on the American Colonies on things like sugar, paper, tea, and other goods. As a result of these taxes the colonists became angry over their requirement to pay taxes, but their lack of a voice in regards to their political representation. These helped to foment conflict and led to the start of the American Revolution.
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Taxation definitely, was what angered the colonists the most, "taxation without equal representation: