Continuous Salutary Neglect and countless laws enforced amongst the colonies led to a revolution. The Revolution started in 1775, and the colonists were ready for change, independence and freedom from Great Britain. There were social, political, and economic reasons why the Revolutionary War was fought. The war also created a revolution that changed American society fundamentally.
The colonists began to feel like they were second class citizens. With the Proclamation of 1763, the colonists began to feel like their rights were being denied. They were told not to expand beyond the Appalachian Mountains and to respect the Natives. The British had passed another law, The Quartering Act. The Quartering Act made the colonists provide homes for the Soldiers which the colonists thought was unfair because many colonists barely had enough money to feed their own families. Also, the Quebec Act infuriated the colonists even more. The Quebec Act gave home rule to the French Canadian, which the colonists wanted. As a result of the war, socially, the American society has changed. The colonists developed the Bill of Rights. The Bill of Rights were written to protect the colonist Natural Rights. Articles of Confederation were also developed. The Articles of Confederation was the first constitution written.
The British enraged the colonists more politically by passing more laws. Those laws seemed unfair to the colonists as well. While the colonists were boycotting because of the Stamp Act, the British trade was being affected negatively. Eventually, the British passed another law, The Declaratory Act, which repealed the Stamp Act and reminded the colonists that they have no power and the England has all the power. After the Boston Tea Party in 1774, the British passed the Coercive Acts, also know as the Intolerable Acts to the colonists. The Boston Port Act was the first acts to be passed in response to the Boston Tea Party. The act closed down the Boston...