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Why was this a particually harsh punishment? (about the punishment of boston for the tea party))


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The Fiddler’s Bill, instituted by the British, dictates that no ships can enter or leave Boston Harbor until the citizens pay for the destroyed tea. This basically freezes the economy of all 13 colonies. This is harsh because it can bankrupt them.