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In response to the American uproar, Parliament repealed the Stamp Act in the spring of 1766. But to save face it passed the Declaratory Act, which declared that Parliament had full power to pass laws and levy taxes on America "in all cases whatsoever."

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The Declaratory Act is a common term referring to the American Colonies Act of 1766. It was an Act implemented by Britain to repeal the Stamp Act due to the boycott impacting the British economy.

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The Declaratory Act was made in 1766. It repealed the Stamp Act, but stated that the British could tax the colonies the same as they could tax the British.

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The declaratory act made colonist resent the British government even more. They did not like the fact that it allowed the British to make their rules and laws.

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because of taxes

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