During this time, the political, social and economic conditions in France was corrupted and eventually the third estate rebelled. According to document 2, it states that King Louis XVI raised the third estate or the peasants taxes and total land owned. With this law, the middle class would be unhappy and would be frustrated about his power and how he was controlling them. The first and second estate didn’t
The second was tyranny, and the last was being the taxes being imposed on the colonies. These are some of the most important reasons we sought our independence. The Whiskey Rebellion affected our country in ways that was not thought could happen and most of the people thought that they fighting against taxes had gone in vain, and they felt that the newly formed government had stabbed them in the back by going against what
The French and Indian War was important to the American Revolution because the debt from the war was the reason that Parliament started taxing the colonists. Also, the French and Indian War made Britain very weak, making the colonists’ actions work a whole lot better. Since France was not happy with the outcome of their war with Britain this was a main reasons for France’s interest in helping the now Americans throughout the Revolutionary War, which was very important to the colonies’ victory. The reason why Britain started to tax the colonists was because of the debt resulting from the French and Indian War. The first tax was the the tax on sugar, which was put on the colonists to help pay off the war debt.
When people are being treated poorly, people will need to revolt and that is what happened to cause the French revolution. Also, when taxes are unfair such as taxing the lower class heavily and the upper class none people will get mad and revolt ant that lead to the French revolution. Lastly, in a society there can be lots of problems with equality and that happen in france so when the lower class was being treated so poorly compared to the rest of the world they had to make a change so they started a revolution. There were three main cause in the french revolution inequality, unfair taxes, and people being treated
The war of 1812 pitted the young America against the large empowered force of Britain, as well as many native Americans. This war was a huge influential factor in the growth of America from that point on. Britain's tyrannical rule over America and Canada eventually brought America to war. Although they suffered many casualties, American troops pushed the redcoats back and boosted the nation's confidence. The outcome of this war affected America’s foreign policies, economy, and society as a whole.
In addition, it created a sense of connection to the soul and spirit within the communities. The Estates General was an assembly that represented the French population through estates. It was created to solve the problem of raising revenue. Because the majority of the government’s revenue contributed towards the French military or war debts, they could not afford to provide for the peasant class. King Louis kept initiating taxes on the noble class which caused negative energy between the Estates and the king.
The war between Britain and France caused Britain to be deeply in debt and demanded tax from the colonies. They put taxes on things such as paper, sugar, and even tea, which angered the colonist because they were not will to pay tax without representation in the government. These events ultimately caused the colonist to revolt against the British monarchy and declare its independence. A revolution is a radical change in society and its social structure. The American Revolution was revolutionary because it transformed America politically and socially; however, life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness weren’t necessarily improved for the all people in this revolution.
The two rulers took opposite approaches in their dealings with this religious group. Louis XIV allowed such persecution of the Huguenots in France that many of them fled the country. The Great Elector welcomed these refugees, making provisions for them legally and financially. The differences in how Louis XIV and the Great Elector reacted to the issue of the Huguenots show what they each thought was most important in ruling their countries. Louis XIV valued power more than anything, and he wanted to increase his control over his subjects.
Problems identified by the revolution include the mistreatment of superior powers, abuse of tax, and failing governments to name a few. Stemming from those problems, changes by the people have lead Napoleon to obtain power to lead the revolution and more, while the Napoleon reign ends to pave way to a constitutional monarchy after royalties return to France. In this constitutional monarchy, it gave rights to the lower class and equalities between the people and much more. Is this not what the people of
The video goes over the important events of the war, from the famous Paul Revere’s midnight ride to the capture of Fort Ticonderoga. The early stages of the rebellion changed the militiamen for the best. They were once thought to be an unorganized and disgusting group men who only complained about taxes and the power of the Crown. They soon realized that this fight was more than they thought they could handle. Rebellion to Revolution describes the process of the Revolution and how America became a
Many of those who abjured [gave up] their Protestant religion repented of their weakness.”(Doc 3) This demonstrates that the removal of the Edict of Nantes drove people insane because it granted the people France substantial rights, however when the rights were removed by Louis XIV people became infuriated, which is another reason to why the French Revolution occurred. Fundamentally, the actions that Louis XIV took had a great impact towards his people. His actions ultimately led the people of France initiate the French Revolution, which left France and its people in a vulnerable
People created change by revolting against the power who enslaved them. The Haitians created change by rising against their captors based on the text. With that revolution, the French had lost money from the war that they were fighting and had to make some tough decisions. According to the text, the Haitians revolted against the French, and because of that, the French lost money because Haiti was the wealthiest colony of the French. The European wars also made France lose money because their numbers were falling and they needed it.
The committee of public safety had many goals but the main goal was to protect the revolution from its enemies. enemies being nobles and other nearby monarchies. robespierre was the leader of the committee of public safety and he was over achieving in preserving the revolution and doing so caused him a lot of enemies and not many friends due to executing anyone suspicious of being against the revolution. even innocent people were executed which made completely impossible to be alive and against the revolution in france. the committee of public safety were effectively protecting the revolution.
They thought that working hard on the plantation without any payment would not get them anywhere, so they ran away and stayed in small villages. Lastly, the economic causes of the French revolution were the high taxes for the middle class people during that time. The slaves worked day and night to earn money but because of the taxes that the nobles proposed, they could not pay for it. Therefore, there was a large economic strain on France which was not the case with Haiti since they were thriving due to free labour and surplus goods. Despite their differences, the French and Haitian revolutions are also similar because of St. Domingue which was the common link between France and Haiti.
After aiding the Americans against the British, France was in financial ruins. The corrupt tax and class system only served to increase tensions between the different estates. Poor leadership and a lack of representation in the government led to civil unrest. Above all else, the ideals of the Enlightenment propagated throughout the middle class and resonated with their issues. All of these ideas were embodied in the Enlightenment ideals, and the Third Estate soon realized that they had a right to representation within the government.