We the people isnt actually everyone because slavery

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“we the people” isn’t actually everyone because slavery is still going on precedents for the American Revolution in England’s Civil War and “Glorious Revolution” of 1688 role of Spain, Holland, and especially France in aiding the American colonists in their bid for independence impact of the American Revolution on women, Native Americans, and African Americans (e.g. Gabriel Prosser’s attempted rebellion) Women were more equal in the marriage in that they could now own property but still could not vote. Voting rights were only given to white male property owners, not women or slaves or men without property. role of American Revolution in world affairs, impact on Haiti, future revolutions in and beyond the hemisphere
THE FRENCH REVOLUTION, TERROR, AND EMPIRE Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette French King who ran them into dept helping They were trying to stop the revolution from spreading and they were killed. French financial crisis of the 1780s stemming from Anglo-French Colonial War [“7 Years War” / “ French-Indian War”] and American Revolution louis XVI from 1.debts from support of American Revolution 2. interest paymentsraise taxes called together estates General (the legislative body in France until 1789, representing the three estates of the realm (i.e., the clergy, the nobility, and the commons).) First, Second, and Third Estates First: delegates of the clergy Second: aristocracy Third estate: everyone else o They had more representatives and eventually declared themselves “national assembly” which is the body that declares Frances future. National Assembly The third estate eventually called themselves this because they refused to be outvoted. They are the body that declares Frances future. was a revolutionary assembly formed by the representatives of the Third Estate (the common people) of the Estates-General Tennis Court Oath Locked out of the chambers of the estate general, the deputies of the third estate reconvened in an indoor tennis court where they swore an oath not to disbad until the king recognized the sovereignty of a national assembly. Bourgeoisie the middle class, typically with reference to its perceived materialistic values or conventional attitudes
the storming of the Bastille (July 14, 1789) A Parisian crowd attacked a medieval armory, which was also a political prison. The crowd stormed the commanding officer and the king made the call not to call the army and that the capital city belonged to the crowd. The French national assembly then met and took away all privileges of nobility and clergy. This marked a new era of liberty, fraternity, and equality. Abbé Sieyès and the Third Estate was a French Roman Catholic abbé, clergyman and political writer, and everyone else, but in reality made up of merchants, financiers, petty officials, and members of professions: the bourgeoisie Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen (1789) It was like the Declaration of independence, but more radical. It guaranteed all citizens inviolable liberties and gave all men equality under law. Proclaimed

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