The goal of the American Revolution was to get away from the British government and be free. The Declaration of Independence was basically announcing them as not the thirteen colonies but as the first thirteen states of the U.S. The goals of both of these are different for a reason, because the French Revolution wanted a government and the American Revolution wanted to get away from their government. The revolutions were similar because they both wanted a different ruler and they both had absolute monarchs. They were also similar because they both had social inequalities which was basically if you were in a different social class you were treated differently.
People elected other people that they trusted to go represent them in government. Ideas that were formed by the enlightenment philosophers were used in the new government. The French, however, did not make significant progress toward ending absolutism and instead were subject to another absolute ruler immediately after the revolution. After the French revolution, Napoleon Bonaparte became emperor. In this role, Bonaparte had absolute power over France.
King Louis kept initiating taxes on the noble class which caused negative energy between the Estates and the king. Unable to negotiate with each other, this led to the unfortunate event of the French Revolution. The French Revolution had a negative impact on the world as it influenced other revolts causing more conflicts and disunity in other
Now if the context of history is laid out upon Napoleon’s actions what is made apparent? Much like most of humanity, he was flawed and complicated. The framework for France was built by this man, without his contribution to the intricate threads of history who knows what would have happened to the France we know today? But a few good actions don’t dismiss the pain and abuse he caused in so many innocent lives. Taking over the world is not a valiant act, conquering what is not yours is not gallant.
A ruler may want to be favorable among his subjects and be considered a good ruler, but at maintaining power and peace in the kingdom is top priority. When no leadership in a nation is present, men 's natural inclinations rears its ugly head, resulting in more
The label also reflected, however, the sense that the new regime was dominated by bourgeois interests” (Popkin, Jeremy D. Page 290.). This angered many citizens (mainly the lower and middle class). They were also triggered by the idea that the upper-class had most rights rather than them also. The result of this was an all-out fight in Paris, for the help and rights the lower and middle class needed. Because of the political differences this caused the end of the monarchy to be overthrown and finally the start of the second republic.
They thought if a small amount of people could do something bug a big amount of people could do something big and or bett or just the same. The americans encouraged the french people to want freedom and have power and not just be controlled like there not there own people.The French had to start this revolution from nothing it was hard for them to start but after they began it kept going although they were not very successful it put is where we are currently and at the time it out them in a good place eventually. There were some good and bad things that happened the French Revolution. There were things that had to be remembered like, the creation of the gullition there was the storming of the bastille, Robespierre the reign of terror there were many more very big and or important thing that
Opello and Rosow identified the beginning of the French Revolution when Louis XVI convoked the estates General (1995, p.330). The clergy and the nobility were exempted of the taxes imposed by the king during a long time. However, in 1789, during the convocation of the Estates, the king wanted to install taxes and that these part of the society paid taxes. The refusal of the population added to the practices of these new taxes created many conflicts. This struggle led to the proclamation of the Third estate as “Assemblée Nationale” (National Assembly) and the octroiement to vote the tax in the 17th of June 1789.
Taking that, there was huge political chaos in France over the type of government; to at least strive away from an absolute monarchy. Huge rebellions went on to reform the monarchy for the sake of progress, and some of the greatest bloodbaths were from the instability of the radical people during the Reign of Terror. But in the end despite action they resumed back to have another King Louis in charge- even with the philosophy and the extent of violence by the people - due to the simplicity and familiarity of the monarchs no reforms were actually made; so disobedience failed in the eyes of
é Despite his efforts, evil has erode his free will and conscience. If there were a punishment for the only mistake, which was made before controlled by these terrible evil forces, which was that of ambition, I believe we would all be convicted at some point in our lives. If the manipulations of 7 l evil had never occurred, the idea of becoming king wouldn 't have even crossed the mind of the E brave and loyal