Essay about The Revolution Of The American Revolution

985 Words Jan 27th, 2016 4 Pages
American Revolution, civil war, colonial war, War of Independence, many terms for the conflict that rages in the American colonies from 1763 to 1783. However, we chose to focus on the American Revolution. The name 'American Revolution ' brings us to consider radical changes that have affected the US population. The American people is he himself the cause of this revolt? Is it a movement of demands from the people? The revolution is she, as stated John Adams (2nd Prsdt US) occurred "in the spirit of the people" from the 1760s? Is there an event that set fire to the powder or the revolution is - she longstanding work? The Revolution is - it a direct result of British policy? Why is - it triggered?
We ask why the British government pressures coupled with the dissemination of ideas of the philosophers of the eighteenth century have prompted Americans to revolt?

Thematically: the British government acts oppress the American people while the Enlightenment ideas began to be heard. The combination of both factors triggered the revolution. Until the settlers 'accepted ' oppression, but the dissemination of philosophical theses paves the way for a rebellion.

I Attempted reaffirmation of the British royal authority ...

A. Background: The Great - Britain regains its supremacy after the Seven Years War
• victorious GB
Franco-Indian Wars + Seven Years War (1756-1763)  Treaty of Paris: England takes Canada to France and Florida to Spain (ally of France)

• 1st sign of…

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