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Chapter 22 Revolutionary Changes in the Atlantic World, 1750-1850 Prelude to Revolution: The eighteenth and Fiscal Crises Colonial Wars and Fiscal Crises British/Dutch/French rivalries The price of war The Enlightenment and the Old Order Scientific Revolution and its legacy Locke and Rousseau Ben Franklin Counter Enlightenment Folk Cultures and Popular Protest Reform vs. tradition Beer Street (1751) William Hogarth’s engraving shows an idealized London street scene where beer drinking is associated with manly strength, good humor, and prosperity The self-satisfied corpulent figure in the left foreground reads a copy of the king’s speech to Parliment We can imagine him offering a running commentary to his drinking companions as he reads The American Revolution, 1775-1800 The Course of Revolution, 1775-1783 George Washington The Tarring and Feathering of a British Official, 1774
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