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What are the similarities between the American Revolution and the French Revolution?

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2014-06-26 22:03:42
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They were both revolutions against a monarchial government at about the same time in history. Both were inspired, in part, by the ideas of French philosophical writers. The success of the American Revolution and its new form of government may have lead to the French Revolution. (see the related question for more.)

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