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After the Boston Tea Party, Great Britain punished colonists with several laws that took away Massachusetts’ right to govern itself. What were these laws called?

The Coercive Acts of 1774, known as the Intolerable Acts in the American colonies, were a series of four laws passed by the British Parliament to punish the colony of Massachusetts Bay for the Boston Tea Party. The Acts were meant to break Massachusetts Bay and to warn the other colonies of the consequences of rebellious behavior.
After the Boston Tea Party, Great Britain punished colonists with several laws that took away Massachusetts’ right to govern itself. What were these laws called?
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After the Boston Tea Party, Great Britain punished colonists with several laws that took away Massachusetts’ right to govern itself. What were these laws called?
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