Colonial Unity

Though British Parliment thought the Intolerable Acts would isolate the rebels in Massachusetts from the rest of the colonies, the acts had a reverse effect on the British colonies as a whole.


Image used in the Revolution symbolizing the need for unity
Through the establishment of the Intolerable Acts, the colonies began to display more togetherness and unity.
Boston could face economic disaster due to Boston Harbor's closure
              - Other colonies and cities responded to Boston's plea for help
           - Supplied food and other resources to the Bostonians
              - Began to realize that the same events that happened in Boston could happen in other colonies
           - Colonies began working together to end the British campaign to take away their English-born rights.

At last united:
After the events at Boston sparked universal fear and opposition throughout the colonies, a call for an intercolonial meeting was sent out.
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