The Revolution Was Both Revolutinary And Not

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Prd3. How revolutionary was the American Revolution? The American Revolution was both revolutionary and not revolutionary, because for the most part things that the African American race was fighting for such as equal rights are still not how the government portrays them to be. Economically the war was revolutionary because still till this day the Americans are still protected or in relation with another country to help them out. Socially the war was not revolutionary because, there was still that one race that was not treated like they belonged and felt like they were taking up space. Politically the war was not revolutionary because, the imprisoned slaves were not allowed to be apart of the Declaration of Independence. Therefore Revolution was both revolutionary and not revolutionary because, of the three stated topics above. The American Revolution was the most important event in the history of the world since the birth of Christ,-stated by Richard Price. The Revolution was revolutionary based on economic factors because, as apart of the empire the colonies were protected from foreign invasion by the British military. In return, the colonists paid very few taxes and could engage in violent economic activity without much interference from the British government. For the most part the colonists were only asked to maintain to regulations concerning foreign trade. In a series of acts passed by Parliament during the seventeenth century the Navigation Acts required that all trade within the empire be conducted on ships which were constructed, owned and largely manned by British citizens. Certain number of goods that were exported or imported by the colonies had to be shipped through England regardless of the final port of destination. Now on to the social side of the Revolution. The Revolution was not revolutionary based on social factors because, the
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