The First Continental Congress Was A Reaction To What?


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The First Continental Congress was a reaction to British "Intolerable Acts." It brought together the representatives from all colonies, excluding Georgia.

The representatives gathered to discuss over their relations with Britain in 1774. They were also aimed to discuss how to get their rights from British government like they wanted to appear as united colonies. However, never consider it a reaction to get independence from Britain.

The three main objectives for this reaction were to formulate a statement of colonial rights, to determine the violations of British parliaments for their rights,and also to offer a plan to get back their rights from Britain.

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