American Revolution Vs French Revolution

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Similarly, thirteen years later when the French peasantry revolted against the French monarchy and aristocracy Price once more offered his political and moral support to the repressed citizens of the French political system. Just like the Americans in the previous decade, he believed that the revolutionaries may have been poorly armed and desperately hungry, but they carried with them a justification for their action that was based on morality and ethics which can be traced in Price's early theological writings. If there is such a thing as a 'good' revolution then both the American and French revolutions were just that. Thankfully Price didn't live to see the French model descend into the tyranny which would have had a profound effect on him.

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