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Today in History: Stamp Act Repealed

Today in 1766, the British Parliament repealed the Stamp Act after months of protest from the colonies and British merchants. On the same day, it also passed the Declaratory Act, a pronouncement that Parliament’s authority in North America was supreme and binding upon...
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The Stamp Act: A Constitutional Crisis

The Stamp Act was a major source of tension between the British and the colonists in the years leading the start of the War of Independence. The act was part of a broader constitutional crisis between the colonies and England. Echoes of that crisis have reverberated...

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