What Caused The American Revolution

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The American Revolution was important to the U.S. because it created and affected many differing parties almost like The Big Bang which created the solar system. The constitution caused the eruption of the Federalist Party which focused almost all on having a stronger central government. The Anti-Federalist which would be later known as the Democratic-Republicans their main focus was to be the representatives of the ‘common people’ or dumb,dirt, poor farmers. These two parties were the first parties the United States had seen develop, and the creation of these were caused by, the Quasi-War, the creation of the Alien and Sedition Acts, and the debate between the creation of the Bank of The U.S. Furthermore, these two parties opposed on weather …show more content…
government and Federalist party. The Alien and Sedition Acts could basically be known as a great slap to the face of Democratic-Republicans, the French, and the majority of the inhabitants of the United States or the dumb,dirt, and poor farmers. The Acts ultimately limited the criticism of the Federalist Party which in turned enraged the forming Democratic-Republic causing massive turmoil. It also prevented the immigration of French people whom which the Democratic Republicans were in support of during the Quasi-War. These acts were eventually nullified which in turn created a challenge against national and state government. Thomas Jefferson was ultimately the supporter of states retaining their sovereignty. These Acts by opinion created the two political parties because at this point both were fed up with each other and creation of the acts was literally a call to action for the Democratic-Republicans and their fight for the common …show more content…
There were many other reasons that caused the creation of the two first political parties before the creation of the constitution like, Shay’s Rebellion which was caused by the poor farmers struggling to pay for their own land which ultimately lead to Thomas Jefferson becoming the spokesman of the poor and the opposition to the elite. Thomas Jefferson is most comparable to the former historian Howard Zinn, through his book The People’s History who focused commonly of the history and interest of the common classes or Howard Zinn likes to describe it as the, ‘meaner class’. The creation of these two political parties would lead to many advancements in government in the future like debates between for or against abortion in the 21st century between the Democratic and Republican parties. These two political parties influenced state 's sovereignty and the right to nullify like the Nullification Crisis of where the Tariff of Abominations allowed South Carolina an option to nullify and secede from the Union ultimately at a cost. The Bank of The U.S. lead to the creation of modern entrepreneurship to achieve the American Dream. Ultimately the American Revolution lead to the development of the most powerful and diverse United States of

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