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Historian George Athan Billias traces the spread of American om Europe, Latin America, and the Caribbean region, to Asia and Africa-beginning chronologically with the American Revolution and the fateful shot heard round the world and ending with th. .

Historian George Athan Billias traces the spread of American om Europe, Latin America, and the Caribbean region, to Asia and Africa-beginning chronologically with the American Revolution and the fateful shot heard round the world and ending with the conclusion of the Cold War in 1989. The American model contributed significantly by spearheading the drive to greater democracy throughout the Western world, and Billias’s landmark study tells a story that will change the way readers view the important role American constitutionalism played during this era. To read this book,.

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Billias, George Athan, ed. The American Revolution: How Revolutionary Was It? New York: Holt Rinehart, and Winston, In. 1990. 2. Beard, Charles A. and Mary. Basic History of the United States. New York: Doubleday, Doran, and Company, 1944.

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The American Revolution was revolutionary in the sense that it established a government based on the idea that the people had the right to establish their own government, as opposed to rule by a king without any say. The Revolution is sometimes criticized as not being. The Revolution is sometimes criticized as not being particularly revolutionary because it did not make a great number of social or economic changes, such as ending slavery or promoting women’s rights. Those in power at the end of the war were those who had been colonial leaders before the war. There was also no mass redistribution of wealth. However, the examples of the French

Billias-63) Revolutionary equalitarianism forced large numbers of men and women to question slavery for the first tim. ome freed their slaves, and others, taking the ideology of the Revolution to heart, demanded liberty for all. (Young-356) Almost everywhere, the war widened opportunities for blacks to gain their liberty.

The American Revolution: How Revoutionary Was It? by George Athan Billias (1980.

American Revolution: How Revolutionary Was it? epub download

ISBN13: 978-0030547614

ISBN: 003054761X

Author: George Athan Billias

Category: History

Subcategory: Americas

Language: English

Publisher: Thomson Learning; 3rd edition (January 1, 1980)

Pages: 192 pages

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