The American Revolution: Causes & Effects


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What is the relationship between colony and empire in a mercantilist system?

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1. What did the Stamp Act do?

2. What did the colonists mean by 'No taxation without representation'?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Know this quiz and worksheet will task you with topics like mercantilist systems, notable acts, the Atlantic Revolutions, and the colonist mantra 'no taxation without representation.'

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

To be more specific, you'll be quizzed on:

  • Colonies and empires in mercantilist systems
  • Effects of the Stamp Act
  • The meaning of 'no taxation without representation'
  • The Atlantic Revolutions
  • What the Intolerable Acts were

Skills Practiced

  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about the American Revolution in a different way
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the Intolerable and Stamp Acts
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the Atlantic Revolutions

Additional Learning

You can further your understanding of the American Revolution with the assistance of our accompanying video lesson. This lesson, The American Revolution: Causes & Effects, will examine subjects such as:

  • Effects of the Revolutionary War
  • The Revolutionary War's causes
  • Freedom and its relationship to the Revolutionary War