• nuccioreggie
Which answer best explains how the leaders of Boston reacted to the Boston Massacre? They literally fired back with guns of their own. They protested by refusing to house British soldiers. They blew it out of proportion to get the people angry. They covered it up so that the public would not be scared.
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  • nuccioreggie
  • iGreenHacked
They blew it out of proportion to get the people angry. The purpose of the Boston Massacre was to try to make liberal and moderate people become radicals. It was really an accident and the radicals tried to use propaganda and turn something small into something big. The British soldiers were accused of Murder and manslaughter. To represent them was John Adams, a relative of Samuel Adams. Adams wanted the trial to get over and didn’t want the truth to come out. The Boston Massacre and misleading visual representation by Paul Revere could have been one cause of a later war.
  • nuccioreggie
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