Pros And Cons Of The American Revolution

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The American Revolution refers to a series of events and ideas in the latter half of the eighteenth century. That led the colonization of the thirteen states of North America spread from the British. It 's the creation of the United States of America. The two bourgeois revolutions in the United States are the adjustment of the superstructure to suit the development of the economic base. Including the American War of Independence and the Civil War, in the post-war, to some degree, it solves the social contradictions and class contradictions, to achieve national independence and national market unity.
"American War of Independence," also known as the "American Revolutionary War," was a revolution between the British Empire and its thirteen colonies in North America, as
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Civil war eliminated slavery, thus clearing the way for the rapid development of American capitalism. The implementation of the "Homestead Act" accelerate the development of the western region and the development of agricultural capitalism. Thus, at the end of the 19th Century, the United States became the world 's most advanced industrial and agricultural capitalist power. During the post-Civil War reconstruction period, the Black people were still subject to various forms of discrimination and exploitation by the landlords. However, they get the citizenship and the right to vote. Therefore, the American Civil War in the history of the United States is an epoch-making progressive significance. The Civil War was the second bourgeois revolution in American history. Although the number of casualties exceeded 600,000, it abolished the black slavery system, solved the land problem of the peasants, safeguarded national unification and accelerated the development of American capitalism. Clearing the way and laying the groundwork for the United States to rank among the world 's great
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