Boston Tea Party: PHASE II

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Why is this book tittled The Boston Tea
Party; PHASE II? The actual Boston Tea Party was because of the Tea Act of 1773. This Act actually made the tea cheaper,
but it was creating a government controled monopoly. The
Colonists saw this monopoly as a way to control all items brought into the Colonies. This would also so give the
British ...
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Overview

Why is this book tittled The Boston Tea
Party; PHASE II? The actual Boston Tea Party was because of the Tea Act of 1773. This Act actually made the tea cheaper,
but it was creating a government controled monopoly. The
Colonists saw this monopoly as a way to control all items brought into the Colonies. This would also so give the
British Parliment complete and total control over their lives. The saying "no taxation without representation" came out of this movement. So the Boston Tea Party Happened.
Our country is at that same point, this Administration does not listen to the people, We the people see this as taxation without representation, they even turn off their phones. The colonists Tea Act is our Health Care Bill. thus the name of the book, The Boston Tea Party; PHASE II.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781450221894
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/23/2010
  • Pages: 120
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.25 (d)

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  • Posted May 16, 2010

    Voice from the common man

    I liked this book because it earmarks some critical issues related to why the Tea Party movement has arrived on the scene in the first place. Much like the original tea party instigators, the author is afraid of social reprocussions his political views might have because the country is so polarised and the opposing view is so intolerant (yet they claim to be so tolerant)

    It is good to hear the voic of common, working man rather than some politician who is so out of touch with the day to day of the average American

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