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Protest by colonists over the continued taxation of tea. Resulted in the destruction of 92,000 pounds of tea in Boston.
a) Stamp Act Congress
b) Committees of Correspondence
c) Boston Tea Party
d) Boston Tea Time

Taxes placed on official paper in the American colonies. Designed to raise money for British Empire.
a) Sugar Act
b) Stamp Act
c) Townshend Acts
d) Paper Act

An new way of thinking in 1750 that centered on the belief that logic and science could improve society and government.
a) Political Science
b) Enlightenment
c) Protestant Reformation
d) Glorious Revolution

First attempt to unite the American colonies to help the British in the French and Indian War
a) Article of Confederation
b) US Constitution
c) Fundamental Orders of Connecticut
d) Albany Plan of Union

Conflict in North America and Europe between Great Britain and France. Ended with British control of North America.
a) French and Indian War
b) Queen Anne's War
c) Revolutionary War
d) Spanish Armada

This group met to revise the Articles of Confederation, but eventually developed a new form of government for the US
a) First Continental Congress
b) Second Continental Congress
c) Constitutional Convention
d) Albany Congress

Uprising over taxation in Massachusetts that exposed the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation
a) Whiskey Rebellion
b) Shay's Rebellion
c) Bacon's Rebellion
d) Pontiac's Rebellion

This purchase by Thomas Jefferson doubled the size of the United States
a) Louisiana Purchase
b) Gadsden Purchase
c) Jackson Purchase
d) Mexican Session

This is a lose alliance of independent states
a) Republic
b) Democracy
c) Monarchy
d) Confederacy

Formal document that separated the United States from Great Britain. Based on Enlightenment ideas.
a) Albany Plan of Union
b) Declaration of Independence
c) Declaration of the Rights of Man
d) Articles of Confederation

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