posted by kyle on .
the principal objection to the stamp act was that:
a. customs duties were unprecedented
b. the colonials were unaccustomed to paying any taxes
c. the colonies feared an entering wedge for ruinous taxes
d. the tax was excessively heavey
sorry i forgot to put that I think the answer is a
And your answer is?
Note that you'll need to check your text to see which answer is best supported by it.
i think it is A
I am going to be an iconoclast on this one, I think the answers miss the point. The principal initial objection by the colonists was that it was a tax solely on internal colony business, but later, as the furor developed, a greater resistance and objection developed: taxation without representation. So if that is true, then C is the answer, but frankly, I vote for not answering the question with the answers given.
Bobpursley is right.
I repeat -- check your text to see which answer is best supported by it.
thank you i am sorry but we have not gotten our text yet. our teacher simply told us to use the internet
Then follow Bobpursley's advice and do not answer the question.
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