Why was the Boston Massacre important?
The Boston Massacre was a very significant event for a few reasons. For the first time since the colonists began to disagree with the British, blood was shed as a result of an action that occurred in the colonies. The spilling of blood can be a turning point in a relationship. While people may disagree on something, when death results, it becomes a whole new ball game. For...
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