The Political and Economical
Causes of the American Revolution
The revolution began after many years of unrest between England and the American colonies. Englandís taxes, tariffs and new acts, imposed greatly upon the new American people. Large tariffs were placed on non British imports. British goods were more expensive, but they did not carry the high taxes that were imposed on foreign goods so they seemed economical. However British goods were of a lower
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was proved by the previous examples the British sealed their own fate by attempting to control the newly founded colonies that were obviously bent on independence. The new Americans were fed up with the taxes and the tariffs, but mostly they were fed up with British imposition. The British persistence led to a revolution that was luckily won by the colonies. This was only the beginning of a long journey made by a great nation.