I think the colonist were justified in revolting to England and declaring their independence, because the British kept taxing them over things like tea, paper, led, paint, glass, sugar, and stamps! King George the 3rd said that the colonist got to pick how they were taxed. When King George the 3rd started to tax them, they started to say, "No taxation without representation!". When the Boston Tea Party happened the British King got so angry that he completely shut Boston down. Next when they went to the 1st Continental Congress they offered an Olive Branch as a, "Whoa, King George! Can we take a step back?", but King George the 3rd was so angry that he didn't even read it. He thought that the colonist were his children, and they needed to be taught a lesson. The colonist wanted their own independence because they didn't want King George to come and tax them, and they wanted to govern themselves. This is why I think that the colonist had the right to revolt and declare their independence.
Here is why I DO think that the colonists were justified from breaking away from England. King George III was taking away colonists human rights. King George III said, "If a British solider comes to your house you have to give them your bed and house to stay in." The King kept on making laws but the laws he made were illegal. They showed taxation without representation, taking away colonists rights, and forcing the colonists to stay behind the Proclamation line of 1763. The colonists were Justified to wanting to break away because they were getting tortured by rules/laws that were just absurd. These are a few examples of why I think that the colonists were justified to break away.
Back in the 1700s rules were all ruled by the King and people were not treated fairly so hears why I think the colonists were justified to be free from England. King George lll was being unfair to them, but on the other hand the colonists were also being kind of mean witch brought the British soldiers over to Boston witch led to many different things. In the end the King saved there butt from the 7 years war so he just needed the money. After, the King was being kind of annoying. Yes, the colonists didn't have to listen to the king in the end witch is brave to stand up to the most powerful country back then. So from their bravery they deverve to be free and have Liberty and be happy. That's why I think the colonists should be justified from England.
I think that the colonists were justified to declare their independence, and start a revolution against them in SOME ways. First, King George was treating them unfairly, and un-lawfully taking their rights away, so I think that that was a good reason to take action. On the other hand, I think that saying that they/the colonists were innocent is a lie. The Boston Tea Party WASN'T necessary. Wasting millions of dollars on wasted tea just to gain attention, and prove your point isn't needed. That is why I think the colonists were justified to "rebel" against the British in SOME ways.
Here are some reasons why I think the colonists were justified to revolt against britain.
First things first Britain had been taking their rights away for years now, and that was a HUGE no. The colonists were definitely being a pain to Britain, because their own human rights were being taken away. The king had been taxing them on almost everything from paper to tea. Which had caused The Boston Tea Party etc. Yes, colonists were rebellious and sometimes it wasn’t always the British’s fault. But I believe that the colonists were right to break away from England and started war! This was some reasons why I think colonists tried to break away.
I think the colonists did have a good reason for revolting against England. One is because England has taxed the colonies without representation. 2 is because they don't want the king taking control of them. Lastly is because you wouldn't want to have to take care of a soldier in your home and give him you bed. That is how the colonists felt. The king was breaking the Magna Carta taking your bed and home. So I think the colonists had a great reason for revolting against England.
It make sense why the colonist fought back because the British taxes where not fair .Also the way they where treated just made them feel like they were the underdog and have no power.So they fought for their rights and their independence.
I think that the colonists were right to revolt against England. England was imposing high taxes, not allowing representation, making them house the soldiers, and not listening to their requests. The colonists felt that they should be independent from England and have their own government.
I believe that the colonists were justified in breaking away from England. I believe this because they kept on getting taxed without representation. Also, Boston got completely closed down and the other colonies were afraid they were next. Though the colonists were wrong to dump the tea from the 'Boston Tea Party' it was justified since they had made the colonists feed and house soldiers which was getting rid of basic human rights. That is why I believe the colonists were right when they broke away from England.
I think that the colonist were smart to revolve against the king
because who would want a king that is all the way across the ocean. They could vote on taxes witch was illegal the king was allowing illegal things so I think they should feel justified from declaring their independence
I think the Colonist were justified in the revolutionary war. I think that because they had just made their very own Continental army. The Colonist had the Declaration of Independence that many people signed. They had home field advantage so they already knew were thing were and the British didn't. Those are the reasons why I think they were justified and able to have independence.
I believe that the colonists were justified in revolting against the British and declaring their independence. One reason is that the colonists have their rights to be free stripped away from them. Another reason is that many colonists were massacred by the Red Coats. A very important reason is that colonists are forced to pay foolish taxes such as taxes on stamp, sugar, tea, etc., taxation without representation. Those are the reasons I believe that justified the colonists doing.
I agree much in the revolt of the Americans. They had been oppressed by a relentless tyrant over again and again. There was lots of taxation without representation. It was their right to free themselves.
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