In order to pay for the expenses of maintaining colonies in America, the British introduced a series of taxes on the colonies. The colonists opposed these taxes because: A. they were British and enjoyed drinking tea, which was taxed. B. they had no say in making the laws that introduced these taxes C. the taxes were too high and they could not afford them D. they did not believe in paying taxes to a king
I do love drinking tea in Britain but it's B. They had no say in making the laws that introduced the taxes.