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The Boston Tea Party. The goal of this inquiry is to help students analyze a pivotal event within the American Revolution. Nearly every American student is familiar with the actions of the Sons of Liberty, yet this inquiry sheds light on the motivations for and consequences of The Boston Tea Party, a turning point in Colonial-British relations.Why was the Boston Tea Party seen as an act of rebellion?
It was seen as an act of rebellion because the colonists blocked off the docks and a secret society snuck on to the boats with the tea dressed as native Americans and dumped the tea overboard. Showing they won’t pay the taxes on tea and wasting the money of shipping the tea. They also boycott British goods.