Test: CLEP US History I

1. What tactic did Charles Townshend use to try coercing colonists into obeying the Mutiny Act?
He temporarily withdrew all British troops from America, leaving the colonies under the constant threat of Indian attack.
He threatened the Americans with even more taxes.
He tried and convicted colonists who refused to quarter British troops of treason.
Townshend broke up the colonial assembly in New York.
He petitioned Parliament to require the colonists to form their own regular army for defense.

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