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Seventeen sixty-three was a year of great celebration it was the year of the French and Indian Wars end The British defeated the French and their Native American allies in North America The colonists were pleased with the British victory because they could now live in peace However as time past and the cost of the war were being charged to the colonies the 13 began to feel enmity towards England The Americans became unified and severed their bonds with Great Britain This separation was inevitable as philosopher Thomas Paine said in his most famous essay it was only Common Sense for the 13 colonies of America to declare their independence from the Empire of Great Britain Thomas Paines Common Sense published in January 1776 was quite the persuasive essay In it Paine asked the question of why a huge landmass like North America be ruled by such a small country like England Paine had witnessed the battle of Lexington and Concord back in April of 1775 and although he was a peaceful man he deserted the crown and encouraged his fellow Americans to do so as well Document 6 We are not yet recovered from a War undertaken solely for their the Americans protection they should contribute to the Preservation of the advantages they have received document one Thomas Whately wrote the above statement to explain why Britain was taxing the American colonists The French and Indian War was fought over the land in North America The 13 colonies were an investment to Britain The French and Indian War was fought over capital not to protect the local colonists After all the people who were sent to the Americas were outcasts banished because of religious differences So how could Britain be justified in taxing the Americans if they didnt care about them Great Britain had the right to tax her colonies and regulate their trade The colonies in America though were being taxed
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