The American and French Revolution both differed and reflected each other through their social and political developments. In the late 1700s and early 1800s, both the Enlightenment and needs of the people spurred the American and French Revolution. The American Revolution resulted in a democratic republic, free from the control of Britain. The French revolution was a series of incidents and government coup d’états that showed the faults of feudalism and total democracy. After the revolution, the United States’ government converted from being part of the English monarchy to becoming an elastic democratic republic, while, even after a series of climatic events, France failed to dissolve its monarchy. During the American Revolution, the founding fathers secured America’s future and satisfied the population by employing a democratic republic, instead of a total democracy, while during several points of the French revolution, a total democracy was employed and failed. In James Madison’s Federalist No. 10, Madison emphasizes that a total democracy will lead to a faulty government because the population may not know what is best for the country, while having a republic democracy, the people will vote for experienced representatives that understand the people’s view and the government’s capabilities.
One of the faults and driving forces of the French Revolution was its response to the people’s representation. The idealists who took control of the first French Revolution let…
The French and North American revolution had very similar goals from 1775-1850CE but were different in their outcomes in the revolutionary process.
From 1775-1850CE the North American and French revolutions had very similar goals. North America’s revolution was to gain freedom from Great Britain. This was due to Great Britain completely controlling all of the 13 Colonies’ laws. For example, Great Britain enacted the Quartering act in 1765 which required the colonists to provide housing for the…
Atlantic Revolutions Comparative Essay
• Has a relevant thesis and supports that thesis with appropriate historical evidence.
• Addresses all parts of the question.
• Makes direct, relevant comparisons.
• Analyzes relevant reasons for similarities or differences.
Analyze similarities and differences of political and economic activities in at
regions after their revolution for change in the late Early Modern Era.
● North America
● South / Meso America…
P. 5 Fominaya
WHAT LED TO IT…
King Louis XVI (1754-1793) and his luxurious expenses
with extravagant purchases + France’s involvement in
the American Revolution = bankruptcy
Wheat and grain could not grow and cattle were plagued
Prices for food increased significantly making them
unobtainable to peasants and urban poor.
Meanwhile the King and his court were fattening
themselves and eating well.
Heavy taxes were imposed and rioting began…
Both the American and French Revolutions were focused around liberty and equality. Both countries were trying to gain freedom. America was trying to gain freedom from the rules and taxes put upon them by Great Britain. Whereas the French wanted to abolish the French monarchy and create a better government in which the people could have more of a say in society. Although the revolutions of both started for very similar reasons, and both countries fought for the same thing, the outcomes of the two…
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Democratic Revolutions Study Guide
1. What is the Magna Carta? It kept king john from punishing freedom through the law of the land.
2. What caused the English Civil War? What is the English Civil War?
Well, Charles 1st was keeping all the power and not letting the church have any control. The English civil war was against Charles followers and Oliver’s followers.
3. What is the Glorious Revolution?
The deposition of James the 2nd
4. What is the…
Revolutions Documents Essay
By Naveen Suresh period 5
Two bloody revolutions: The American Revolution, and French Revolution, one had barely any bloodshed: The Glorious Revolution, all had the purpose of overthrowing a higher authority. Three documents, one which created was created centuries before the other: The Magna Carta, one is The Constitution, the third a book written by a strong supporter: The Rights of Men. The Magna Carta was a heavy influence on future documents including the Constitution…
differences; those two documents were both created because of a similar reason. The kings that were ruling before those documents were created were both corrupted with power; the kings didn’t listen to the people and in the end they had enough and rebelled against the king and defeated the king. The revolutions that led to the declaration rights of man and citizen are different than the English bill of rights, the English revolution was also called the glorious revolution due to the fact the they had…
Compare the causes and early phases of the Industrial Revolution in Western Europe and Japan.
The causes of the Industrial Revolution in Western Europe and Japan were different even though the outcome of having outstanding and popular revolutions was shared. In Western Europe the industrial revolution was taking place as more and more innovation were flourishing. The work in factories was increased because of the people that would come from agricultural places toward the cities in search for jobs…
The Magna Carta, US Bill of Right, the American Declaration of Independence, the English Bill of Rights, and the French Declaration of Independance are documents that have influenced the world in a big way. But we always come across questions like when did they occur and what were the causes and effects, how did they lead to new forms of government? How did they influence the world? What are the differences and similarities of these documents?
The thing that the Magna Carta…
several rulers already who had influenced views on society. Elizabeth I and Louis XIV had both caused each government to feel secure and useless respectively. As a result, there were various political and economic problems which arose during the English and French Monarch’s rein which led to the English Civil War and French Revolution. First, (1) society felt they lacked a voice in governmental procedures, (2) the problem of taxes arose, and (3) there was a large amount of debt piling up in each nation…