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What was the Sugar act?

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The Sugar Act was passed in the UK in the British parliament.

If I remember correctly the year was 1764 (I was very young then ;-) )

It was also called the Molasses Act and governed the supply and movement of sugar. Specifically it was the taxation on the sugar that was affected.

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