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How did the French and Indian War contribute to new taxation policies in the American colonies?

A).The British government attempted to force the American colonies to pay for the Seven Years’ War through taxation.
B.)The French government imposed higher taxes on the American colonists in order to stockpile an artillery and defeat the British army.
C). The outcome of the French and Indian War resulted in the British Parliament imposing fewer taxes on the American colonists.
D). The American colonists sided with the British and agreed to pay higher taxes in order to help defeat the French army.

I think the answer is C?

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  1. Nope.

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  2. It's A or D? I think its A

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