What were the effects of the Boston Massacre?

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The effects of the Boston Massacre was that it was what started the American Revolution. The Boston Massacre was a fight between the colonists of the United States and Britain. The Boston Massacre was on March 5, 1770. The fight started between two men and moved from there. There were not many deaths in the Boston Massacre; there were only five deaths and six injuries. It is what happened after the Boston Massacre that caused a lot of deaths.
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There was blood shed for the first time, five colonists died, and they abolished taxes on everything except tea. So the colonists stopped boycotting everything except tea.
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Boston Massacre, along with the unfair tax acts, agitated the
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Preceding the incident at the Boston Customs House, tensions between British authorities and Bostonians had grown around resistance to the Townshend Acts, laws entitling the British
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Cause: A tense situation because of a heavy British military presence in Boston boiled over to incite brawls between soldiers and civilians and eventually led to troops discharging
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