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The Intolerable Acts were measures passed by the British Parliament in 1774 in reaction to the Boston Tea Party. The provisions of the acts included the closure of the port of Boston, a British government in Massachusett... More »

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The groups involved in the Intolerable Acts were the British Parliament and the American colonists. The Intolerable Acts, which were called the Coercive Acts in England, were put in place after the Boston Tea Party to tr... More »

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On March 28 1774 British Parliament adopted the Intolerable Acts. The legislation, which was intended to reassert British power in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, provoked outrage and resistance from the thirteen colonies. More »

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The Intolerable Acts were laws passed by the British Parliament in England in 1774 in reaction to the Boston Tea Party, which affected the American colonists everywhere. These laws were called acts, so they did not actua... More »

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The Boston Tea Party of 1773 was the final act of defiance that prompted the British government to pass the Intolerable Acts of 1774. The American colonists' previous boycotts were also a factor in the government's decis... More »

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British Parliament implemented the Coercive Acts, known to the American colonists as the Intolerable Acts, to punish the residents of Boston for the Boston Tea Party and strengthen British control over Massachusetts. The... More »

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On March 28 1774 British Parliament adopted the Intolerable Acts. The legislation, which was intended to reassert British power in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, provoked outrage and resistance from the thirteen colonies. More »

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