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Surname 1NameInstructorCourseDate Compare and contrast the causes and consequences of the French and the IndustrialRevolutions.Revolutions and other events that were critical took place in the history of humans duringthe 19thand 18thcentury. The two revolutions that were most important were the industrial andthe French revolutions. These revolutions in a way reinforced each other mutually and were thebackbone of the revolutions that came afterward. Some of the two revolutions’ causes andconsequences were similar but some, however, were totally different. Both the French and industrial revolutions were caused by political conflicts. The Frenchrevolution was caused by the conflict between the nobility and the monarchy over the tax systemreform which had led to bankruptcy and paralysis. “Like the American revolutionaries, theFrench elites refused taxation without representation; attacked despotism or arbitrary authority”(587). The political conflict o the industrial revolution was between European states for countries

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