The American Revolution: Neo-Conservative, Consensus, Progressive And Imperial

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Revolutionary thought The American Revolution was a time in our countries early stage that would splinter the thought, identity and loyalties of her citizens. After the American Revolution five schools of thought surfaced showing the different views of the time. The different schools were: Neo-Conservative, New-Left, Consensus, Progressive and Imperial; and will look at an author from each school and compare and contrasts their writings and views. Generations of lives have gone by since the American Revolution happened and looking back which of the historical groups got it right? Then answers are none and all; the study of history or historiography constantly changes as new documents are found or interpretations change. The Revolution…show more content…
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