...Beauty, cleaning, DIY tips and more - free to join!
   Login   Contact us   Site map   Puzzle Club   Ask a question    Newsletter

Explain the thinking behind the protest no taxation without representation?


Question asked by: knowitall

The idea is simple - if people are going to be taxed, then they want a benefit for it.

One of the most important benefits in any society is to have some sort of elected representation to stand up for and defend the views of the individuals.

Therefore this is simply a call for, if we pay taxes, then give us something back for it rather than just a bill.

By: Unknown
star star star star
Average rating for this answer is 4 / 5

Rate Answer
Comment or provide your answer to this question
No comments have been added to this question "Explain the thinking behind the protest no taxation without representation?".
Ask a New Question

Find out more about History

History Questions and Answers

miscellaneous history Questions and Answers

Next question: how does Francisco de orellana die?


Become a Member! It's Free >>>

Share on Facebook: On Twitter: TwitterTweet this!

Question Keywords

taxation  without  representation  thinking  explain  protest  

More Questions:

What Traits Did The "winning Of The West" Promote In The American People?
Who Was The Colonial Leader Who Was Responsible For The Initial Sucess Of Jamestown?
How Many Did Bloody Mary Kill?
Three Of The Most Important Things That Have Happened In History?
What Happened To Napoleon After Waterloo?