How did Boston's success as a seaport also serve as a catalyst for colonial resentment toward England?
A. Colonists resented the types of goods that England tried to trade with them.
B. English merchants hoped to control colonial trade, namely in Boston, which angered colonists.
C. Colonists were angered that Boston participated in triangular trade.
D. Philadelphia and New York were able to trade with England more than Boston did.

1 Answer

  • Colonists thought that English merchants would control trading in Boston, since it was a seaport. So, the answer will likely be B!