2. How did British colonists in North America define their constitution? How did they employ constitutional arguments in their opposition to Parliamentary taxation and other acts regarded as oppressive?
3. You are a member of the House of Commons in 1765. Having heard of the hostile response to the Stamp Act, argue for or against its repeal.
4. You are Jon Dickinson. A legislator from another colony has asked you to summarize your arguments in Letters from a Pennsylvania Farmer. Do so.
5. How did colonists respond to the Townshend duties and the Suspending Act of 1767?
6. Some historians have referred to the years between repeal of most of the Townshend duties in 1770 and enactment of the Tea Act in 1773 as the Quiet Year. Were they really that quiet? Why, or why not?
7. Discuss the key provisions of the coercive Acts and the Quebec Act. Why were the provisions of these acts so feared and hated by most of the colonists?
8. You are a member of the First Continental Congress. How do you plan to respond to the enactments of Parliament earlier in 1774?
9. Summarize the key developments in the Anglo-American constitutional conflict during 1775. How did events during this year make reconciliation unlikely?
10. You are a member of the Second Continental Congress in June 1775. Do you believe the Declaration of the Cause and Necessities of Taking up Arms is justified? Explain why.
Also, explain in a few sentences:
Peace of Paris
Proclamation of 1763
Tea Act of 1773
Stamp Act Congress
Internal vs external taxation
Committees of Inspection
Committees of Correspondence
Earl of Hillsborough
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