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Saturday Webinars: Intolerable Acts

26 August 2017

Little was left to the imagination of the colonists when news of the Coercive Acts reached New England, prompting them to quickly dub them the “Intolerable Acts.” This body of parliamentary acts, created to punish the people of Boston for their flaunting of British laws and authority, instead motivated many Americans to organize and resist what they saw as a foreign tyranny.

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