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taxes on glass, lead, paints, paper and tea imported into the colonies.
a) Townshend Acts
b) Tea Act
c) Stamp Act
d) Intolerable Acts

to take something back, usually laws or taxes
a) repeal
b) delegate
c) courage
d) patriot

refusal to buy goods or services because of disagreements
a) natural rights
b) boycott
c) independence
d) battle

The set of taxes that the colonists had to pay on paper, playing cards, and printed items
a) Intolerable Acts
b) Tea Act
c) Townshend Acts
d) Stamp Act

the ability to be free from government opppression
a) quarter
b) liberty
c) delegate
d) militia

taking goods and/or services into an area without government
a) rights
b) retreat
c) victory
d) smuggling

money paid to the government to help with roads, public services, and maintenance of public areas
a) tax
b) boycott
c) quartering
d) liberty

not able to chose representatives in the government and still having to pay taxes for support
a) freedom
b) victory
c) taxation without representation
d) minutemen

British soldiers were able to stay in colonists' homes without permission
a) quartering
b) battle
c) independence
d) surrender

the tax that King George III placed on tea
a) militia
b) liberty
c) tax
d) Tea Act

a representative of a group of people in the government
a) delegate
b) smuggling
c) boycott
d) victory

a group of laws that were meant to punish the colonists for the Boston Tea Party
a) Tea Act
b) Intolerable Acts
c) Stamp Act
d) Towshend Acts

giving up in a battle or war
a) victory
b) retreat
c) militia
d) surrender

a group of men that were trained to be able to fight immediately in the Revolutionary War
a) minutemen
b) patriot
c) boycott
d) repeal

a military force that is raised from the civil population to supplement a regular army in an emergency
a) representatives
b) freedom
c) militia
d) quartering

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