wendy 發問於 文學及人文學歷史 · 6 年前


were the American colonists justified in waging war and breaking away from Britain?


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    6 年前

    The colonists were in every right, aspect and mind not only

    justified but also it was about time that they stood of and

    actually take action against the British. The choice of going to

    war with them, was the only choice that they had. All

    diplimatical options that they had ceased to stand a chance

    against the tyrant Britain. From the very beginning when the

    colonists felt upset against their mother country and the way

    that they went about the law making, up until the beginning of

    the war, they tried all diplimatical options that they had by

    sending letters. When they didn’t work then they had no other

    means but to declare war.

    It was said and is very true, that the British gave a lot to the

    colonists and we see such helpings as in the French and Indian

    war. The British gave up a lot of troops and money and

    numerous others in fighting that war that the least that the

    colonist could do is to pay the taxes. Well they do have a good

    right to say that since they were the contributing factor in the

    colonists being safe from the French and Indians. The people in

    the end should go about daily lives and pay the normal taxes

    but you do have to draw the line somewhere.

    The American colonists were justified in waging war and

    breaking away from Britain because of unjust laws, a King

    of tyranny and both violating searches and officials. These

    things outraged the colonists in different ways. Forcing them to

    unite together and rebel against Britain, hence leading to

    Revolutionary War. First off, Parliament imposed many unjust

    laws they believed that Britain had the right to impose laws to

    regulate trade.