How did the colonists rebel against the navigation acts
The navigation act made the colonists angry since it targeted to benefit England by letting all the products first be delivered in England. It was also a requirement to use England ships for transportation. This was to ensure England profits through taxes and controlling ship trades. This directly affected the economic growth of the colonies and they rebelled by smuggling goods to other countries. The colonists also rebelled by transporting the goods by using ships from other countries. Great Britain responded by increasing restrictions which resulted in more tensions across the colonies. The continued resistance of colonists finally resulted in the 1776 revolutionary war.