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However, the heavy taxation established American Revolution and resistance.
Many British subjects opposed the heavy taxation laws on American colonies due to the inherent burden experienced by the latter. The consequent effects of heavy taxation initiated the existing debate, caused resistance and revolution of American colonies.
The main fundamental rationale why American colonies objected acts established by the British government relates to their expensiveness and unfair policies. Taxes on sugar products and policies including Molasses Act were too expensive and unbearable to British subjects. Moreover, the court trial systems o the British government had become corrupt and could charge Americans wrongly for smuggling sugar.
Massacre refers to brutal and indiscriminate slaughter of individuals or violet and deliberate killing of a large number of people. Though Boston massacre did not involve a large number of persons but five individuals, it stills stands as a massacre mainly because of its indiscriminate and brutal manner. It was a cold-blooded massacre accomplished without prior judgment.
The soldiers acted in self-defense killing three Americans instantly and wounding others. Self-defense of the soldiers after being insulted and abused by rioting Americans proved their innocence in the existing courts.
The modern court systems seek for prevalence of justice for all citizens in authority and civilians. The legal systems underscore inhumane acts and consequently punish it. Similarly, the ancient court as shown during Boston massacre case sought for prevalence of justice (Preston 1).
The court’s case left a legacy of justice for the civil servants including soldiers. However, it increased the debate of citizens’ legal defense and human rights activism against brutal killing of demonstrating
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The time era under discussion is between 1807 to 1825. Historical Perspective During the period between the late 18th and early 19th century the USA started to plan and develop the system of transportation throughout the country with special focus on the interiors areas and outside the localities from Appalachian mountainous regions.
U.S. History to 1877
The historical background of the USA is always an interesting topic to study. This paper seeks to study the historical background of the country under the following subheadings; the European Background, the Colonial Experience, the Revolutionary period and 19th Century History to the Civil War.
Slavery in America began as early as in the seventeenth century, and the main reason behind this was so that the slaves would help in production of crops grown by the colonies, such as Tobacco. By the late eighteenth century, slavery had become a dominant system in the American society.
The French had lost the French and Indian War (The Seven Years War) and with it their colonial presence on American soil and their prestige in all of North America. All that was left of their colonial possessions were those in Caribbean Islands; with which they were able to maintain their rich supply of sugar.
As a result, the church was shifted to the town in 1793. It got its name ‘Alamo’ from Spanish language where Alamo means Cottonwood trees, fondly remembered by Spanish soldiers, who stayed in that building – serving as
The monopoly of human trading belonged to Portugal but was later broken by England , France and other European nations in the sixteenth century. The main purpose of hauling slaves was to employ them in mines and farms
In your opinion, did either tradition or modernity "win" over the other?
Ans. Once the First World War was over, the entire socio-economic and socio-political scenario of the globe witnessed emergence of a new nation to power. The United States of America, since
ating factor between this clash between labourers and their employers was the magnitude and speed at which the ‘revolt’ spread from coast to coast.
The US army and state militia were required to restore order and the strike was over after hundreds were temporarily jailed
On reaching, North America, they met and interacted with a group of indigenous people who received them warmly. Later, conflicts started in Europe and convicts were sent over in their country. At the beginning of