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The American Revolution as a conservative movement.
The American Revolution , while it may have been the first war that was started to
actually put into practice some ideas that previously had only been talked about,
did not have any ideas that were new. Nothing really changed as far as the
average man was concerned, after the revolution. Slaves were still enslaved, Indians
were still considered savages, women were not given equal rights and the governments
were still basically the same, except now there were no royal govenors.
Most of the main ideals expressed in the Declaration of Independence were
borrowed from John Locke, a fam…
- Events Leading to the American Revolution
- Mercantilism, the Great Awakening, and the French and Indian War, laid sufficient soil to the American revolution
- The American Revolution as a conservative movement.
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