answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer

Trade with the colonies was economically important to Great Britain. The colonists thought the economic implications would be enough for the British Parliament to repeal the Intolerable Acts.

User Avatar

Wiki User

9y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: Why did colonists think a ban on trade would force parliament to repeal the Intolerable Acts?
Write your answer...
Submit
Still have questions?
magnify glass
imp
Related questions

Why was boycotting a successful way to force parliament to repeal several unpopular?

Because they did it the first time and it worked


How did the colonist force the British government to repeal the various taxation acts exacted between 1764 and 1767?

The most successful method of getting the Parliament to change a law, duty, or tax enacted against the American colonies, was the use of the boycott. People would stop buying British products. The British merchants began to lose money so they put pressure on the Parliament to repeal whatever act it was that the colonists were protesting.


What is the name of the society of patriots that tried to force parliament to repeal measures passed to govern the colonies?

the answer is the SONS OF LIBERTY IN 1765


How did the colonists force the british government to repeal the various taxation act enacted 1764 and 1767?

They boycotted goods and services offered by the British and home-made things.


The Coercive Acts were known as what Acts in the colonies?

To coerce someone is to make them do something by physical force. So a coercive act is the application of that force.


Which of the Parliament was passed to force the new England colonists to buy sugar from the british West Indies?

molasses act


Why the colonists thought the taxes were wrong?

A major driving force behind this stage in history was that colonists had no formal representation in the Parliament, and thus came their sayings based around "No taxation without representation." They objecting to being forced into taxes when they had no representation to make their will known in the British Parliament. The colonists originally asked for parliament to grant them the seats they wanted.


How did the colonists force British government to repeal the various taxation acts enacted between 1764 and 1767?

They boycotted goods and services offered by the British and home-made things.


How did the colonists force the British government to repeal the various taxation acts enacted between 1767 and 1767?

They boycotted goods and services offered by the British and home-made things.


Which of act of parliament was passed to force the new England colonists to buy sugar from the British west indies?

molasses act


Which act of parliament was passed to force the new England colonists to buy sugar from the british to west indies?

molasses act


Which act of parliament was passed to force the new England Colonists to buy sugar from the british west indies?

molasses act