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Causes of the American Revolution including background to mercantile policies and the immediate causes of the revolution.
The American Revolution: Causes
The American Revolution was not an upheaval on the grand scale. In terms of monetary costs and casualties, previous wars had exceeded the War of Independence by a great margin. Its importance however is its effect upon the rest of the world. This collection of colonies founded by the influential, the oppressed, the rich, the poor, the intolerant and the open-minded, would become the greatest nation on earth and after the cold war the only surviving superpower. The secession of the United States from the British Empire marked a turning point in the European…
- Causes of the American Revolution including background to mercantile policies and the immediate causes of the revolution.
- Events Leading to the American Revolution
- Mercantilism, the Great Awakening, and the French and Indian War, laid sufficient soil to the American revolution
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