The period of the Great Depression can be considered the most impactful economic downturn in the history of the United States and the world as a whole.
The seeming stability of the mainland colonies since the events of the Glorious Revolution till the end of the French and Indian War in 1763 implied the evolutionary processes which preconditioned the consolidation of the [...]
The American Revolution was brought about by the transformations in the American government and society. The taxes were not welcome at all since they brought about a lot of losses to the colonies.
The following paragraphs are devoted to the description of the stages that contributed to a rise of the revolution against British rule.
The identification of the crisis can be made through the erosion of the five functions of the political parties. The political parties in America were considered to be useful and helpful until the early years [...]
Drafted in 1776 and ratified on 1 March 1781, the Articles of Confederation was the first constitution for the government of the colonies.
At the beginning of the article, the Anderson highlights Forbes magazine comments where they stated that the businesses that would continue to feature in the future Forbes directory are the ones that head the activists' [...]
During the American Revolution, the ideological and political riots were affected by the population diversity and contributions of various marginalized groups.
Revolution became the event that radically changed the American society of that period and, at the same time, contributed to its unification.
He thinks that the black people who fought alongside the British during the 1812-14 wars were regarded as "loyalists" and had an almost equal recognition as that given to the white loyalists before the war, [...]
As a result, and even though Washington was created in Germany, the painting is considered to be a piece of American art, which has become favored by the American people to the point of becoming [...]
Americans had a very strong desire to be free and form their own government that would offer the kind of governance they wanted.
The cause of America's industrial revolution can be attributed to the creation of the first factories in the country, its westward expansion in the territory, the rise of the railroad industry as well as the [...]
At the end of the seventeenth century, the restriction of economic independence of servants and workers at tobacco plantations led to Bacon's rebellion, which was the first time when poor people of different races challenged [...]
The first argument was that the Great Britain was taking advantage of the communities in the colonies because they could only export their produce to the Great Britain.
Narrating the good side of history at the expense of the bad side passes the wrong information to the students of history.
The act dissatisfied the settlers, leading to resolutions, which reflected the personal and political interests of the colonists towards the management of local affairs during the preceding century.
The American constitution is a reflection of innovative opinions that were grounded on the respect of human rights as the shaping of democracy and government by the multitude, and the partition of power.
The American Revolution changed into a fighting area amongst two dominant and strengthening armies: the escalating superiority and the control and privilege of extraneous frontrunners, and the emerging equivalence, especially of the "middling sort", which [...]
The American Revolution evolved into a combat zone among two influential, intensifying forces: the mounting exclusiveness and sense of prerogative of foreign leaders, and the incipient equality, particularly of the "middling sort" that was just [...]
The major purpose of the paper is to review the article, summarize the content of it, and identify the main arguments presented in the work.
The primary economic factor responsible for the initial setup of the conditions in America was the abundance of fertile land coupled with the relatively low density of the population.
They considered the fashions and customs of the British to be the best in the world; they sent their children to London for education, and they were very proud of the constitutional monarchy that governed [...]
An idealized conception of a revolution leads to the conclusion that the American Revolution was not a representation of a "people's revolution".
In fact, he describes them as 'superb democratic politicians.' The author affirms that the founding fathers dedicated their efforts to serving the Americans within an autonomous framework that welcomed the decisions of the public.'James Madison [...]
The film entitled Lincoln and the documentary entitled The Civil War are useful teaching tools to help a new generation of students and historians understand the significance and impact of the U.S.
Improvements in the production of goods through changes in forms of labor were the first notable drivers of the Market Revolution.
The Squad's mission is to reconnoiter the location of the enemy during the night before the battle and prevent the possible unexpected attack of the enemy by enhancing the Principles of War.
The formation of the National Government during the years of 1789-1815 was associated with many challenging situations, and it was characterized by the opposition of the Federalists and Republicans, among which the important roles were [...]
The paper argues that the growth of the physical territory of the United States and its influence on social, political, and economic life were realized because of the industrial revolution of the 19th century.
Freed slaves and other opponents of the slave trade in the north agitated for release and freedom of slaves in the south.
The nature of the American Revolution is considered to be better understandable relying on the ideas offered by Wood because one of the main purposes which should be achieved are connected with an idea of [...]
The Revolution was started by the breakaway of the 13 American Colonies from the British Crown. A significant consequence of the American Revolution is that it led to the drafting of the Declaration of Independence [...]
The colonists vehemently objected to all the taxes, and claimed that Parliament had no right to impose taxes on the colonies since the colonists were not represented in the House of Commons.
It is interesting to note that there was no single cause behind the American Revolutionary War that was wholly attributed as the "trigger" so to speak behind its inception, rather, it was the result of [...]
The American Revolution was one of the key events that took place in America during the second phase of the eighteenth century.
It is an acknowledgeable fact that the American Revolution was not a social revolution like the ones that were experienced in France, Russia or China, but it was a social revolution that was aimed at [...]
As a result, the situation increased the tension between the colonies and the British government which was insensitive to the rights of the colonies.
The American Revolutionary War was greatly shaped by the Battle of the Kings Mountain, which was a critical war that took place between the patriot and loyalist mercenaries in the southern campaign.
This forced the British forces to retaliate and they drove the army out of New York and the State insisted that the British monarchy could no longer claim their allegiance and in 1776, they cut [...]
The children's' efforts in the struggle for independence were greatly recognized and appreciated by the government which led to the introduction of classes on patriotism and nationalism.
The American Revolution denotes the social, political and intellectual developments in the American states, which were characterized by political upheaval and war. The move by the colonizers seemed unpopular to the colonists and a violation [...]