Because the British was taxing the american and they wanted freedom form Britian.
Because the British were taxing things and the Americans didn't want to be ruled by the British any more.
The British were taxing the Americans without them OKing it so taxation means taxing and representation means agreement
The Americans were unhappy that the British were taxing them without letting any American be in their Parliament. The Americans thought it was unfair not to have a say in the passing of the tax laws
By taxing our land, taxing our imported goods and taxing our tea!
The Americans went to war with the British because they felt that the British were unfairly taxing them just to pay off their debts, which they were. The famous slogan: "NO TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION" means just that. There were no people in the British Parliament to represent the Americans. Besides this, the Americans also wanted freedom as a separate country.
The Revolutionary War was basically Americans getting tired of the British taxing them on everything, and then rebelling and defeating the British to gain independence. So, yes. It DEFFINITELY involved the British.
The americans were mad that the british were taxing them on everything, even tea, and dumped the tea into the boston harbor in protest.
no, they kept taxing the americans and that is how the americans became angry because of the taxes and they had a revolution war.
the british kept taxing us the british kept taxing us
During the revolutionary war, America was trying to break free of England and king george iii. The reasons for this were due to taxing, the tea party, the big massacure, and many other things. ANSWER The British didn't dislike the Americans, they supported them coming to America. Americans were British. They jsut had a VERY different opinion
because the british kept taxing tea. thus raising the prices on it ^ closeish, but the real problem the Americans were having was that they were being taxed without elected representation.
The British kept on taxing the colonist.
They meant that the British would have to have a good reason for taxing the Americans. If there was not a good explanation, then there was reason for taxation.
They were unhappy becase the British kept on taxing the colonist.
The British became extremely indebted after the Seven Year's War. They then began taxing the colonies heavily to make up their war debts.
Taxing them with out representation.
The British felt justified in taxing the colonies because they needed to pay for the Seven Years War. They also used it as a way to assert their sovereignty.
The British were taxing the colonists without representation in Parliament.
they hated the taxing and the british government had to much power
The stamp act is taxing when the British started taxing because they were paying to much money on the French and Indian war. So, they stared taxing newspapers, and marriage licenses.
inportant because the british cept taxting and taxing and taxing and they would not stop and every one was important
the british didnt have the colonists consent to taxing