November 1, 1765 was the day of infamy for American Colonist. British rule imposed the this act as a added tax on American Colonist to generate even more gain from the filthy wealth already acquired by the British Parliament and Monarch, even after the Seven’s Years War. British Merchants and Manufacturers profits were lucrative and increasing. Instead of instituting taxes on British Businessmen, Parliament and the Royal Court found it sensible to inflict Colonists who had no representation in Britain. Perhaps, political and/or royal rights were imposed to also demonstrate power as well. Yet, this left a repulsive taste in the mouths of the Colonists who refused to pay.
The Stamp Act or Tax was the first monetary meanings by which the British attempted to take livelihood, rights and resources away from American Colonists. This Act taxed all goods leaving all American ports which affected the pricing of these goods. British merchants and manufacturers lobbied Parliament long and hard until the Stamp Act was revoked.
The British did not stump in more attempts to acquire wealth and profits that were made in the Colonies, which ignited more conflict. Earlier that year, the British imposed the Quartering Act, so tensions between the British and Colonist were mounting with the imposition of the Stamp Act, while organizing to evoke more taxes under the Townsend Acts and Tea Act. Fuel with intolerable rage over Britain taking Colonist’s profits, unifying and meetings were established to combat these “Intolerable Act” imposed by the British that lead to the American Colonists in Revolution