Boston Port Act Social Impact

The Boston Port Act had some major social impacts in the 13 colonies of America; especially in Massachusetts province.

Two of them are:

This law made the common people of Boston emotionally closer to each other.

Not only this but when the relief supplies from South Carolina came to the people of Massachusetts Bay, they emotionally got more unified (inter-colony).

Secondly, on June 1st, all the 13 colonies colonists observed a day of mourning, without food (fasting) for showing emotional support to the people of Massachusetts.

Through this, it became absolutely certain that the people from all the 13 colonies have united from both sides (politically and socially).

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