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Homework Help: his 103

Posted by Mesarage on Wednesday, October 19, 2011 at 12:48am.

1. In a number of instances (such as the Tea Act of 1773 and the change in 1772 so that payment of governors' salaries came from the king and not provincial legislature) the course textbook notes, to some degree, how the impetus for these acts was not wholly the attempt to impose despotic government by the king. Explain how these acts could be seen from a British point of view as ethical and legitimate and not as attempts to oppress the colonists.

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