Stamp Act by Haven Greville knew that his country needed . In 1765 they faces huge debts. These debts were the result of the French and Indian war. Greenville was wondering can or how will Britain raise more . Grenville's plan seemed easy, tax the people. The money raised from taxing the people would be used for defending the colonies. Britain's agreed with the idea of a . Many members of the parliament agreed to , them, the taxing seemed fair because the American colonists benefited from the protection of Britain solders. The British agreed that the colonists should help pay the cost of the army. So they decided when the colonists bought an item they had to buy a stamp to show they paid the . Once this news got to the colonists they protested. The colonists did not think they should have to pay Britain. A young lawyer named Henry was one of the first to give a speech against the Stamp Act. He became famous for his speech and his bravery. His speech was about how the Stamp Act was not fair and that Britain should not get to them. His speech was inspiring to other colonists so they started to protest too. So they fought for their right! It was not easy, they had to for a long time. The colonist had to pay on food and water. They needed stuff to live on, such as and . . This was known as the Stamp Act.
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