Protesting Imperial Policies
Burning of the Gaspee, 1772
(Image Source: Rhode Island Historical Society)
The most effective resistance to British imperial policies from 1763-1775 came in the form of
A) guerrilla attacks on British soldiers
B) petitions submitted to King George
C) economic boycotts of British goods
D) letters to the editors in colonial newspapers
E) marches and demonstrations
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