English and French Revos

English and French Revos - Group D Part Two: Change of pace...

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Group D Part Two: Change of pace is prevalent in nearly all countries’ history. Change, reform, and readjustments are sure to occur sooner or later. Society tires of the ennui and calls for modification. Almost anything will be disliked or dispelled given the amount of time in a country. People change, and so do the societies and structures of government in which they are held. The French Revolution and several transformations in England, roughly a century and a half earlier, share similarities and differences, regarding transformation. England and France contrast in early development. England shared authority with representative institutions and created constitutional states, whereas France concentrated power in their own hands and crated an absolute monarchy. Change itself happened in similar ways. War was fought—blood was shed in order to create reformation. In England, civil war ensued. Disputes rose over religion and politics. King Charles I and Parliament clashed, causing both sides to raise armies.
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