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What were the effects of the boycott of British goods during the American revolution on the economy?

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  1. https://www.bostonteapartyship.com/boston-non-importation-agreement

    Smuggling and self-reliance were rampant.

    posted by bobpursley
  2. the americans were all a sudden pour on food needs and changed it to only britain

    posted by thomas
  3. the Americans got reduced prices it infuriated the British king George the 3rd and merchants seeking fortune in america lost a lot of money and that eventually led to the downfall of the east India tea company.

    posted by quincy

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