nov 20, 1767 - Townshend Acts
After the outrage and boycotting of the Stamp Acts the British weren't making any money, they were losing it. So, a Chancellor of the Exchequer proposed an idea that the parliament really liked, the Townshend Acts named after said Chancellor.
It taxed glass, lead, paint, wine, fruits, and paper.
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The Events leading up to the American Revolution.