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The British were trying to run a stable colonization.The British Parliament made many acts and taxes for their daughter colonies to bring in revenue from their new territory.However, being thousands of miles away from its daughter country, the colonies became difficult to control and the colonists started to defy the mother country."A New Kind of Revolution," by Carl Degler brings out that more than one single thing started the colonists' revolution.This can be seen through the many acts put on the colonists, Britain's salutary neglect, and British's shortening patience towards the rebelling colonists.With so many acts put on the colonists it became unfair.Many colonists protested that this was wrong because it was taxation with out representation.Other colonists felt that it was right for the mother country to tax them, but they were overusing the tax and that the mother country is using the colonists to satisfy their own pockets.Over the years this repetition of taxing and overusing the acts deeply frustrated the colonists.Secondly, British's salutary neglect towards the colonists became the colonists'first taste of freedom.During the successive wars with Holland and France, Britain tended to neglect the colonies.This gave the colonists a little more freedom and a sense of independence because the British lacked attention towards the colonies.When the British started back at laying a heavier hand on the colonies, the colonies sternly objected.The neglect from the mother country gave the colonists a taste of independence and the colonies got used to that and they wanted more.Finally, with the many rebellious acts of some of the colonists, British's patience was running short.From Peter Zenger to the Boston Tea Party, Britain's patience was being tested.With all these defying actions, the Parliament would slam down more and more s