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Transcript of Intolerable Acts
Pamela Burke and Hannah Frankel. The Intolerable Acts Intolerable Acts: The Intolerable Acts was a name used to describe a series of laws passed by the British Parliament in 1774, relating to the British colonies in North America. The Laws that were passed: 1. Shut down port of Boston, no
ships could enter or leave. Laws that were passed cont. 2. Needed governors' permission
to have town meetings more than
once a year. 2 Laws that were passed cont. 3. Officials sent criminals to Britain to go to court. Laws passed cont. 4. Quartering Act British commanders could force citizens to house British troops. There were four laws passed by the parliament in England. These acts were only intended for Massachusetts after the Boston Tea Party. Intolerable Acts What caused the Intolerable Acts? The four acts were in direct response to the Boston Tea Party in December of 1773. How did this conflict cause change? They wanted to go against Britain because they did not like the laws and wanted to make their own government and laws thus, Leading up to the American Revolution... Intolerable Acts Video... THE END!!!!