American Revolution Writs of AssistaNce

In my cartoon, there is exaggeration, sterotypes, and irony. The cartoon shows the act writs of assistance and how the British soldiers could come in to anyone's house and search through anything.
This allowed general search warrants to search anywhere, anytime, and everyone.

The colonists were mad and protested after this act.

This was a old law.

This act increased tensions which lead to the American Revolution.

It was the first authorized by an act of English parliament in 1660.

Created By
Gracelynn Hyman


Created with images by Iwan Gabovitch - "Red"

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