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Question 1: The crisis escalated, and the ________ began near Boston in 1775.
Saratoga campaignUnited StatesNew York and New Jersey campaignAmerican Revolutionary War

Question 2: [62] The British government felt this action could not remain unpunished, and responded by closing the port of Boston and putting in place other laws known as the "________".
Intolerable ActsTownshend ActsBoston Tea PartyQuebec Act

Question 3: In 1973, on the 200th anniversary of the Tea Party, a mass meeting at ________ called for the impeachment of President Richard Nixon and protested oil companies in the ongoing oil crisis.
Faneuil HallWren BuildingQuincy MarketPaul Revere House

Question 4: In the colonies, ________ stated that the destroyed tea must be repaid, all 90,000 pounds.
Thomas MifflinJohn AdamsThomas JeffersonBenjamin Franklin

Question 5: Britons and British Americans agreed that, according to the constitution, ________ could not be taxed without the consent of their elected representatives.
British Overseas citizenBritish National (Overseas)British nationality lawBritish subject

Question 6: [69][70] One of the first of these was held on April 15, 2009, on ________, just a few blocks from the original Boston Tea Party.
Arnold ArboretumOlmsted ParkBoston CommonPublic Garden (Boston)

Question 7: The Boston Tea Party was a direct action by colonists in ________, a town in the British colony of Massachusetts, against the British government.
DenverAtlantaBostonPhoenix, Arizona

Question 8: ________ urged his fellow countrymen to oppose the landing of the tea, because the cargo contained "the seeds of slavery".
John AdamsBenjamin FranklinThomas JeffersonBenjamin Rush

Question 9: The Prime Minister ________ said, "Whatever may be the consequence, we must risk something; if we do not, all is over".
Winston ChurchillHenry Addington, 1st Viscount SidmouthH. H. AsquithFrederick North, Lord North

Question 10: Some colonists, known in the colonies as Whigs, objected to the new tax program, arguing that it was a violation of the ________.
Constitution of the United KingdomPolitics of the United KingdomParliament of the United KingdomLaw of the United Kingdom


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