Disagreed with colonial views on taxation without representation, is the right answer.
The Declaratory Act of 1766 was a statement made by the Parliament of Britain that brought the revocation of the Stamp Act. This act stated that the taxing authority of the British Parliament in America was as same as in Britain. Therefore, this act suggested that Parliament does not agree with the view of colonial leaders of taxation without representation.
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No Taxation without Representation was said by the American colonists, basically saying, don't tax us without us having some say in how much we can be taxed.
and to answer the first part Death and taxes is a common reference to the famous quotation: Our new Constitution is now established, and has an appearance that promises permanency; but in this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.
Otis felt that taxation without representation was tyranny.
No taxation without representation was the slogan coined during the 1700s that represented only one of many complaints of the American colonists and was one of the main causes of the Revolution.
Many colonists felt that not being directly represented in the British Parliament, laws that affected them, such as tax legislation, were actually illegal under the Bill of Rights 1689. In1765, James Otis became well known for his own version of that phrase: taxation without representation is tyranny.
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Because the Americans did not want to be taxed so heavily because of a war so they instead protested and caused the American Revolution.
The correct answer here is the first option.
No taxation without representation was a rallying cry of the American colonists and a symbol of their resistance to British taxation measures. The colonists believed that in order to be taxed they needed to have actual representation, that is someone from the colonies in the parliament to actually represent them and their interests. That is why because they were taxed without representation there was a lack of consent on their side.
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