Why did the Proclamation of 1763 lead to colonial dissatisfaction?

colonist was prevented from settling territory taken from the French during and Indian war

colonists believed that the tariff mentioned in the proclamation created and undone burden on the southern plantation owners

colonist dissatisfaction arose due to the reduction of incoming goods from the British East India Company

colonist found that their boundaries were redrawn without their consent due to the proclamation of 1763


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  1. Yes, D.

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  2. thank u.

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  3. The answer is not D because I just got it wrong

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  4. The right answer is A

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  5. Thanks Unknown

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  6. yup

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  7. unknown is correct the answer is A

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  8. a is right d is wrong Mrs.sue ugh

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  9. all i looked at was the first answer and got it wrong

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