The Intolerable Act is a collection of laws implemented by the British colonies as an attempt to reimpose authority to the 13 colonies. The act was shortly passed in March 31, 1774 after the Boston Tea Party since it became the last straw for the Britain government. The Coercive Acts are the 4 laws that initiated in December 16,1773 along with Quebec Act they make up the Intolerable Act. The 1st act was known as the Boston Port Act, which blocked off all imports and exports. In addition, the 2nd act was the Massachusetts Government Act were the current Massachusetts governor, Thomas Hutchinson, was replaced by the British Prime Minister with Thomas Gage. The following 3rd law, Administration of Justice Act, allowed Redcoat soldiers to not be given a trial rather sent back home to their country. This shield them from punishment and American juries. Lastly, the Quartering Act forced the colonists to give British soldiers hospitality by lending their home and supplies.
The enforced Acts were intended to punish the colonists for challenging the authorities. The intolerable acts violated the colonists given human rights. More specifically, the Administration Justice Act permitted and promoted the soldiers to brutally abused them. Last but not least, the Quebec Act frustrated colonists because they were promised land in exchange for helping in the French and Indian War. But the act only restricted colonists from expanding my creating boundaries, therefore this lead to the American Revolution.