Compare And Contrast The Compromises Of Enlightenment And American Revolution

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The Enlightenment and American Revolution resulted in the people believing that their government, or ruler, should protect the people’s rights, including the right to overthrow a government that fails to do so. Enlightenment thinker, John Locke, contributed considerably to the growth of the U.S. by influencing the founders in their making of the constitution, which supported John Locke’s and other Enlightenment thinkers’ ideas for government guidelines.

One of the two compromises was the Great Compromise, which created a bicameral government with equally represented states in the senate and by population in the House of Representatives. The second was the Three-Fifths Compromise. The Three-Fifths Compromise served to allow the government

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