Revolutionary War Causes – Events Which Led to the Birth of a New Nation

The Revolutionary War did not happen overnight.  A series of events over many years angered the American Colonists, leading to tensions which ultimately led to war.

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Proclamation Act of 1763

There are many Revolutionary War Causes, including a series of British acts of Parliament such as the Sugar Act, the Stamp Act and the Townsend Acts.

The American colonists had become increasingly angered at their homeland over a period of many decades. The colonists became especially alarmed at British taxation programs, not only because they greatly hampered colonial economies, but also because they believed the acts of Parliament were consistently violating their rights as British citizens.

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