Why Were the Colonist Angry?

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The colonists were people who settled in a colony on a permanent basis There are different reasons why the colonist decided to settle in a given colony and once one or more of those reasons were tampered with they got angry The major reason for colonial invasion was the desire to acquire land and grow in terms of business However some laws annoyed them since they did not respect their desire for growth
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