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23 October, 16:03

Parliament raised taxes on the American colonies in the 1760s because

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  1. 23 October, 16:40
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    The French and Indian War ended in 1760 and Britain was left with a massive amount of debt. Parliament felt that the colonies hadn't been contributing enough tax-wise which is true since the colonies had enjoyed salutary neglect prior to the French and Indian War. As a result, they decided that the colonies should share the burden and raised taxes.
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