What is the difference between the stamp act and the sugar act

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The Stamp Act put a law stating taxes (stamps) had to be put on every article item, from newspapers to a deck of cards to a marriage document.

However, the Sugar Act put a law stating taxes had to be put on imports such as sugar and molasses instead. Additional goods were also taxed such as coffee.

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