12 Atlantic Revolutions

12 Atlantic Revolutions - Atlantic Revolutions (1776-1840)...

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Atlantic Revolutions (1776-1840) Atlantic Revolutions (1776-1840) Signing the Declaration of Independence Fall of the Bastille Simon Bolivar Napoleon
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Total Revolution: A Model Total Revolution: A Model Most revolutions throughout history have not been successful because even a pre-modern state had the power under normal circumstances to put down rebellions. Common sense might suggest that successful revolutions are the result of the potent combination of miserable conditions and subversive ideas. However, these on their own are not enough to produce and sustain revolution. Theda Skocpol argues that successful revolutions involve three elements : 1) A collapse of State 2) Mass Upheaval 3) Elite Revolutionary Leadership
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The American War for Independence (1776-1783) The American War for Independence (1776-1783) Seven Years War (1776-1763) This was the first “world war” and was fought in theatres around the globe Britain, Prussia, & their allies vs. France, Austria, and their allies
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2012 for the course HIST 262 taught by Professor Darnk during the Spring '08 term at University of Tennessee.

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