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The Boston tea party, the Revolutionary War, and James Otis saying. "No taxation without representation," after Britain imposed the Towsnshend Acts (a tax on various goods, including tea) are all pretty good examples. i am currently studying this topic in my history class, so the examples should be mostly accurate. hope i helped and good luck

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Q: What are 3 events that are examples of the colonist rebelling against the British government?
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