Rebellions And Revolutions In The 19th Century

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Every person was made equal by God. Overtime, this belief changed and people became ruled over.Rebellions and revolutions were started to fight for one 's rights. From the Atlantic ages, to our contemporary times, revolutions play an important role in history. Despite each revolutions differences, they all resulted in structural or social form, and they have inspired rebellions. A Bourgeois Revolution is the most powerful form of revolting in the Atlantic Ocean. It started in approximately 1680 and ended around 1830. Most of the time, this revolution settled arguments between the middle class and high class. It usually tried to bring equality among these two classes. The most obvious example of this type of Revolution is the American Revolution.
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