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Houraa AlharbyahMrs. SampsonWorld History 9BFebruary 31, 2020Absolutism and Revolution PortfolioBoth American and French Revolutions were both based on freedom and balance. The twonations were trying to secure a chance. America tried to gain freedom from the standards andexpenses placed on them by Great Britain. Although the French had to overrule the Frenchgovernment and build a more superior government where the people will have a say in thegovernment. Although both sides started for exactly the same reasons, and the two countriesfought for something quite similar, the two countries' consequences were entirely different.The American Revolution focused mostly on the creation of freedom. America was protectedfrom the British standards after the British victory during the Seven Years War. America wasalready dedicated to taking care of the war and paying for the good prices approved by theBritish Parliament. The British overturned the Americans' Stamp Act. On the company andreliable records, such as stamps, flyers, papers, historical registries, cards, and playing a strategygame. The stamp charge received duties or tasks. A stamp attached to each article showed that

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Term
Fall
Professor
Walter Miszczenko
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United States Declaration of Independence

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