Apush Chapter 3 America in the British Empire

Following the Glorious Revolution of 1688, England:
-tightened imperial controls over her American empire.
As a result of the Molasses Act of 1733:
-many of New England's largest merchants and distillers resorted to smuggling.
The underlying cause of the Seven Years' War in America was the:
-English colonial penetration of the Ohio Valley.
The turning point of the Seven Years' War in America occurred when:
-English Prime Minister William Pitt threw his nation's full military might into the American campaign.
The British Proclamation of 1763:
-ordered colonial governors to reserve lands west of the Appalachian Mountains for Indian nations.
The end of the Seven Years' War left the American colonies:
-debt-ridden and weakened in manpower.
Colonists protested the Stamp Act in all of the following ways EXCEPT:
-a Declaration of Independence.
Passage of the Declaratory Act by Parliament:
-asserted Parliament's power to enact laws for the colonies in "all cases whatsoever."
As a result of the Townshend duties of 1767, Parliament:
-raised customs duties on American imports of paper, lead, paint, and tea.
The Boston Massacre, in which five townspeople were killed by British redcoats:
-convinced Governor Hutchinson to order British troops out of town.
Americans objected to the Tea Act of 1773 because it would:
-cause smuggled Dutch tea to be undersold.
The Intolerable Acts provided for all of the following EXCEPT the:
-individual punishment of participants in the Boston Tea Party.
The call for the meeting of a Continental Congress in 1774 came in response to the:
-Intolerable Acts.
Even before the Second Continental Congress assembled in May 1775, most colonies had created extralegal, revolutionary governments which:
-bullied merchants and shopkeepers to conform to boycotts.
-levied taxes.
-operated the courts.
-created and armed militia units.
The ideology of revolutionary republicanism:
-borrowed ideas from a variety of former Whig and...