A Historical Comparison of the Haitian and American Revolutions
While the revolutions in colonial America and Haiti had many parallels, they were also unique in their own ways. In both revolutions, the rebels revolted against a foreign superpower that was in a weakened economic state in order to gain economic and social freedom. However, the Haiti revolution stressed freedom for everybody (including slaves), whereas the American Revolution focused more on the needs of the Bourgeois, or middle class.
The revolutions in both of these countries would have been unsuccessful were it not for the crippling problems faced by both opposing superpowers. The succ…
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