In 1763, marked the end of the french and Indian War, the final defeat of the french and their native American allies in America. For American's english colonists, this was a cause for great celebration and pride in their english identity. Expressions of english patriotism were widespread. but only twelve years later, these same American colonists found themselves looked in a bitter and violent conflict with mother country that had so recently been the object of their proud respect. To this day, now over two hundred years later, the reason behind this a burt transition of england and her American colonies from allies to enemies are debated. were the American colonists justified in waging war and breaking a way from Britain.
yes, i think they were justified because the brush levied taxes on the Americans colonists because they were no recovered from a war undertaken solely for the Americans protection. The British imposed duties of the colonists, not for the regulation of trade, but for the single purpose of living money on them. The Americans were justified in fighting the British because the British forces had marched to lexington and concord, two villages just outside of Boston. The Americans were reduced to the alternative of choosing an unconditional by force.
The King of Great Britain eas a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object the establishment of an absolute tyronry over states. in conclusion, i think the Americans colonists were justified in waging war and breaking away from Britain because th British wanted them to pay higher taxes and the British forces marched to lexington and concord.