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Why did the British view colonial taxes as fair?
Why did colonists argue British taxes were unfair?

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    The British claimed that they needed to tax the colonists to pay for the French and Indian War. The colonists argued that the war was none of their business -- but between long-time enemies Britain and France. In addition, the colonists wanted to vote on any taxation.

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