The Stamp Act caused the largest outcry for it taxed many items and was a direct tax. To get the 1st point, you simply must state the content of the document and relate it to the prompt.
The Sugar Act and Townshend Acts were two taxes that caused the colonists anger because the Crown was taxing them internally. Reader Tip!
Point-of-View— What is the larger group represented by the document, and what is the goal of that group. Docs 2 and 4 are used in paragraph 4. Scoring rubrics — general scoring criteria for the document-based and long essay questions, regardless of specific question prompt — are available in the course and exam description CED.
So lets talk about that. The cartoon itself was an attempt to unite the colonies to fight the Native-Americans during the French and Indian War and support the Albany Plan for Union and is unrelated to the American Revolution 22 years later as the student implies with its qualifying sentence.
The colonists were probably angry over how the king was trying to divide them. The discussion needs more elaboration as to what the individual rights and Enlightened principles were and how they were a fundamental force causing the revolution.
Historical Context is not contextualization; it only applies to the individual document. George Washington also did not like these taxes and said that manufacturers would help American industry. They began in the 18th century.