…were the loss of the ability to print their own money and restrictions on gold and silver.
from Investment Watch:
In The Parliamentary History of England from the Earliest Period to the Year 1803? (1813); when questioned why Parliament had lost respect among the people of the Colonies, he answered: “To a concurrence of causes: the restraints lately laid on their trade, by which the bringing of foreign gold and silver into the Colonies was prevented; the prohibition of making paper money among themselves, and then demanding a new and heavy tax by stamps; taking away, at the same time, trials by juries, and refusing to receive and hear their humble petitions”.’ Examination before the Committee of the Whole of the House of Commons Thu, Feb 13, 1766
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