posted by Maria on .
Can someone help me please. I am having a hard time answering this question.
Do you think Great Britain was justified in imposing taxes on the colonies following the French and Indian War? Or do you believe the colonists had legitimate grievances regarding the British policy of taxing them? Could Britain have handled the situation better, and if so, how? And, were the grievances of the colonies really so great that independence was the only recourse? Could a compromise have been found? What form might it have taken?
After I did some research I found that Great Britain had every right to impose taxes. Great Britain invested money into american colonies, solider, food and shelter which ultimately caused them to go into depth. This is all I got so far. Can anyone further assist me. Thank you
This is a start. Now answer the rest of the questions.
I need help answering the rest of the question. Is this someething you can further assist me with?
This question asks what YOU believe.
Or do you believe the colonists had legitimate grievances regarding the British policy of taxing them?
You give the others a try, and we'll be glad to discuss your answers.
I only had to answer that question if I didn't agree with imposing taxes. I am looking into the other questions now
But you agreed the British had the right to impose taxes.