The Boston Tea Party and an Evaluation of its Significance

Number of Pages 5

Alfred F. Young's contention that the tea party was the most revolutionary act of that historical decade is presented in this paper consisting of five pages with the conclusion that the Boston Massacre was a more revolutionary act citing that the colonists rather than the British may have been responsible. There are two sources cited in the bibliography.


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