US History

posted by .

What were the effects of the colonial boycott on British goods?


What were the effects of the american revolution? I only have the constitution and colonists officially broke away from England for this one.

  • US History -

    The boycott of British goods provided another excuse and rallying point for the revolutionaries.

    http://www.sparknotes.com/testprep/books/sat2/history/chapter6section1.rhtml

    effects of the american revolution?
    British were defeated
    A new nation was founded
    A democratic government was formed
    Showed the world that democracy can succeed.

  • US History -

    Thanks so much!

  • US History -

    You're very welcome.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. History

    How can I persuade fellow colonists during the American Revolution to boycott British goods?
  2. us history until 1877

    By 1700 the British colonies on the North American mainland were remarkably different, and in many ways isolated from one another. As late as 1760 Benjamin Franklin declared that a union of the colonies was “not merely improbable, …
  3. us history

    Tracing the history of the colonial-British relations, defend or refute this statement: The American Revolution makes no sense.  From 1607 – 1775, the colonists, colonial governments, Parliament, and the King were all British – …
  4. Social Studies 7R - DBQ Essay

    I have this assignment for my social studies class. We have to write a DBQ essay on the American Revolution. We had done the documents for homework and go over it as a class. Here are the tasks below: 1. Identify and discuss two causes …
  5. American Revolution

    What did the Colonial boycotts of British goods before the Revolutionary War were effective measures. I wanted to say It lowered the prices of imported goods but I had second thoughts and thought It reduced the profits of British merchants.. …
  6. American History

    Which of the following is true with the regard to the Navigation Acts by the eighteen century?
  7. Louisiana History

    1. Which was not a reason for the King of Spain to be cautious when siding with rebelling British colonists?
  8. Plz help @Reed or @Ms. Sue

    The American colonists became more and more unhappy with British rule in the years leading up to the American Revolution. Which statement explains this?
  9. History

    3.)Which answer best shows an effect of British soldiers firing upon colonists in Boston, killing five of them?
  10. Social Studys

    This excerpt is from a citizen in england in response to the colonial outrage toward the stamp act. what central arguement of the american colonists against the stamp act is not understood by the writer?

More Similar Questions