What Is The Stamp Act?

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What Is The Stamp Act?

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The Stamp Act was a law passed by the British Parliament in 1765 that required all printed materials in the American colonies to bear a stamp indicating that a tax had been paid. The tax was very unpopular with the colonists, who saw it as a violation of their rights. The Stamp Act was one of the major factors that led to the American Revolution.

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