anonymous
  • anonymous
PLEASE HELP After Britain passed the Tea Act, which Founding Father organized the Boston Tea Party? Samuel Adams Benjamin Franklin John Hanwingspan Thomas Jefferson
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schrodinger
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HannahC234
  • HannahC234
Patriot leader Samuel Adams organized the now-famous "tea party" with about 60 members of the Sons of Liberty.
dmcdowell
  • dmcdowell
yep A
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Can you help with one more?
HannahC234
  • HannahC234
I can try sure.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Use the passage to answer the following question: "I can see no reason to doubt but the imposition of taxes, whether on trade, or on land, or houses, or ships, on real or personal, fixed ort floating property, in the colonies is absolutely irreconcilable with the rights of the colonists as British subjects and as men. I say men, for in a state of nature no man can take my property from me without my consent: if he does, he deprives me of my liberty and makes me a slave." —James Otis, 1763 Based on this excerpt, what do you think Otis's purpose was in writing this document? To sell To describe To conquer To persuade
HannahC234
  • HannahC234
To persuade the reader that taxation is wrong
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok thx are you positive?
HannahC234
  • HannahC234
Pretty sure yeah
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok thx

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