The Coercive Acts (or Intolerable Acts) of 1774 were passed by British government in response to what event?

The Coercive Acts (or Intolerable Acts) of 1774 were passed by British government in response to what event?

a. The Boston Massacre
b. The Boston Tea Party
c. The ratification of The Declaration of Independence
d. The formation of The Sons of Liberty
e. King George III’s rejection of The Olive Branch Petition

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Disclaimer: This question is just for testing your knowledge of AP US History… it is not intended to be a “sample question” from the AP US History Exam! That’s what APUSH practice tests are for.




b. The Boston Tea Party

The Boston Tea Party really ticked off the British so they came up with The Coercive Acts, a.k.a. The Intolerable Acts, in retaliation. These acts included:

  • The Massachusetts Government Act which put Massachusetts under direct British control
  • The Administration of Justice Act which allowed the British to conduct criminal trials in England instead of Massachusetts
  • The Boston Port Act which closed the port of Boston to trade
  • The Quartering Act which required Bostonians to let British troops live in their houses
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