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What led to Shay's Rebellion: A. High Taxes B.A powerful and involved national government. C. Low Taxes. D. A powerful and involved state government.


High debts, taxes, and economic chaos.

  • Q: Who was involved in Shay's Rebellion? A: The rebellion was led by Daniel Shay and other farmers from western Massachusetts.
  • Q: Why did Shay and other farmers rebel? A: Shay's Rebellion was the result of high debts, taxes, and economic chaos that had been plaguing the farming communities in western Massachusetts.