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Revolutionary War

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  • Q1
    What document states that all people are created equal and have rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness?
    The Constitution of the US
    Charters of the VA Company of London
    The Declaration of Independence
    The VA Statute for Religious Freedome
  • Q2
    What explains why the VA colonists disagreed with the British Parliament?
    the colonists believed they should not be taxed because they did not have representation in Parliament
    the colonists felt they should not be taxed because they had no representation in the House of Burgesses
    the colonists believed they should be taxed because they had equal representation in Parliament
    the British king began to tax te colonists after he promised he would never tax them
  • Q3
    What was the name of the governing body in England during the Revolutionary War?
    House of Burgesses
  • Q4
    The Declaration of Independence includes all of the following EXCEPT-
    all of the authority to govern belongs to the people in the colony
    all people have the right to life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness
    all people are created equal
    all people must follow the rules of the King
  • Q5
    What does the term "no taxation without representation" mean?
    to return products imported from England
    to refuse to pay someone for working
    to tax someone without having a voice in Parliament
    to refuse to use English products

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