Britain India Company, the British government, offered a series

Britain Parliament executed those series of the taxes without colonial
agreement but local authorities, mainly large landowners and merchants, were ready to defend their authority in the name of
liberty and claimed the right to govern their own affairs. In October 1765, the
Stamp Act Congress, with twenty-seven delegates from nine colonies, including,
met in New York and insist that the right to consent to taxation was “essential
to the freedom of a people.” Soon, merchants throughout the colonies agreed to boycott British goods until Parliament repealed the Stamp
Act. This was the first major cooperative resistance among Britain’s colonies. In
New York City, the conflict causes the birth of Sons of Liberty group led by
talented and ambitious lesser merchants like Alexander
McDougall, Isaac Sears, and John Lamb. The Sons of Liberty posted notices reading
“Liberty, Property, and No Stamps” and took the lead in enforcing the boycott of
British imports. The boycott began in Boston and soon spread to the southern
colonies. Reliance on American rather than British goods, on homespun
clothing rather than imported finery, became a symbol of American resistance. The
next crisis was tea act which the East India Company, the British government,
offered a series of rebates and tax exemptions. These enabled it to dump
low-priced tea on the American market, undercutting both established merchants
and smugglers. But many colonists insisted that to pay it on this large new
body of imports would acknowledge Britain’s right to tax the colonies. Clearly, any
resistance caused by economic motive even the leader of political movement such
as Sons of Liberty was merchants. Moreover, most of the resistances battles
field were economic area such as boycott, Boston tea party event, smuggling.
Finally, a series of incidents that took place during the resistance lead to
the American revolution.