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Patrick Henry vs the Stamp Act
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Tenth Amendment Center
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On his 29th birthday - May 29, 1765 - Patrick Henry introduced a series of resolutions against the Stamp Act. In a speech the following day to encourage passage of the resolutions, Henry made his famous "If this be treason..." statement. A number of them passed, and even the ones the didn't were widely published and helped spark the resistance.

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