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The Two Revolutions
In comparison to the two Revolutions, the French revolution was true whereas the American was a pseudo-revolution. This is because the French has many more characteristics of a real revolt. Many of these things include the inept ruler, Louis XVI. Much of the problems that plagued France were due to Louis' loss of power in the capitol and uncaring for the individual. This is in comparison to the Americans who revolted against the most minor of changes and their unwillingness to accept these changes. Many of these included minor taxes on products such as tea, or stamps, a 2-4 % tax increase…
- Analyse the events of 1848 which deposed Louise Philippe and explain why his reign ended in revolution. (1848 Revolutions - France).
- The seventeenth and eighteenth centuries were witness to several intellectual revolutions in Europe.
- The Two Revolutions
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