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Tea Act/Boston Tea P

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The Tea Act was passed by the parliament on April 27, 1773. The British gave the East India Company a monopoly (when a company is the only supplier of a certain good). The British were trying to save the East India Company from going bankrupt. The British lifted the duty on tea and brought in by the East India Company from making the tea cheaper
The tea was to be shipped to the colonists and sold at bargain price. Colonists in Philadelphia and New York turned the ships back to Britain The tea was to be shipped to the colonists and sold at bargain price. Colonists in Philadelphia and New York turned the ships back to Britain
When three ships showed up in Boston Harbor, they refuse them to unload and then the colonists demanded it to be returned to England but Governor Thomas Hutchinson refused When three ships showed up in Boston Harbor, they refuse them to unload and then the colonists demanded it to be returned to England but Governor Thomas Hutchinson refused
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