What was the main factor that led to shays' rebellion? 1.)farmers were going to lose their farms due to raised taxes. 2.)farmers were forced to give a portion of their crops to the government as a tax. 3.)the government was going to seize some of the farmers' land for future government buildings. 4.)the farmers were told what crops to grow by the government.
Shay's Rebellion began shortly after the end of the Revolutionary War, when several American farmers felt that the Articles of Confederation were absurd. Primarily, their motivation for rebellion was in protest of the taxes and debt collections that were being imposed on them.
The Correct Answer is The First Option :Farmers were going to lose their farms due to raised taxes
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