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Could the differences between Britain and the colonies have been resolved peacefully before 1775? Why or why not?

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I believed that if the British had not implemented unjust taxation policies, they could have avoided the violent opposition from the colonies. The Crown should have been more considerate and reasonable in constructing the legislations, and the colonies might have acknowledged it. The Parliament should have considered revising the policies for the benefit of all parties and to maintain peaceful relations.

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