Chapter 16 NotesAtlantic Revolutions, Global Echoes (1750-1914)I.Atlantic Revolutions in a Global ContextA.A “World Crisis”?B.Uniqueness of the Atlantic Revolutions1.Regional rather than global2.Closely connected to each other3.The Atlantic as a “world of ideas”4.“Democratic” revolutionsC. Global Impact of the Atlantic RevolutionII. Comparing Atlantic RevolutionsA.The North American Revolution, 1775-17871.How “revolutionary” was it?2.England and English in America3.New taxes and Enlightenment ideas4.A revolutionary society before revolution5.Atlantic echoes: a “new order for the ages”B. The French Revolution,1789-18151. The American connection: war debta.The Three Estatesb.The National Assemblyc.The DOROMAC2. Contrasting French and American revolutionsa. Complex motivationsb. Radicalism and violencec. A new and rational worldd.Greater global impact3. Napoleon Bonaparte: the revolutionary paradoxC. The Haitian Revolution, 1791-18041. An unusual social hierarchy 2. Slave revolt, civil war, and foreign invasion3.