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The Stamp Act Congress was notable because
the simple act of having it directly led to a real change in British policy.
the delegates at the Stamp Act Congress threatened violence if their demands were not met.
it was the first time a majority of the colonies had united for a common goal.
it was held without the consent of the legislatures of any of the colonies.
it demanded representation in Parliament for the colonies and warned of wholesale rejection of any forthcoming British policy until representation was granted.