Stamp Act of 1765 was designed to Increase British Tax Revenue

The Stamp Act of 1765 was designed to:

(A) increase colonial postal rates.
(B) establish a colonial mint to stamp out silver coins.
(C) facilitate British postal censorship of colonial mails.
(D) establish a colonial postal service.
(E) increase British tax revenue from the colonies.

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