Was the american revolution a radical event?
The American Revolution was a radical event that involved a total reformation of the British colonies into a separate country. The even sparked a war where many lost their lives and the British lost their stake in cash crops.
The American Revolution was considered both conservative and radical. The results of the revolution were radical while the movement itself was conservative. Wealthy individuals used their personal fortunes to finance the Continental army at great risk to themselves which was radical at the time. The government that was created was conservative.
The American Revolution presented many radical changes for women living in the colonies. These women picked up the work necessary around the home, on farms, and in their communities that the men formally performed. Many women performed demonstrations to get recognition for their worth during the American Revolution as well.