America was ruled by three monarchies government; the rule was by consent not by force. Over the years, the colonies started revolting against this type of governance. The colonies believed that all people had equal rights. The origin of the revolution was a result of changes in the borders of Atlantic World. The nobilities were against the imposing of taxes as this would decrease their income. After the liberal nobles and the Third Estate had formed a coalition in the National Assembly, the French revolution was initiated.The revolution was brought about by political, social, and intellectual changes in the American society. The American Revolution took place in the years 1765 to 1783. The colonies replaced the Great Britain rule and replaced it with the United States of America. The struggle between British and America for independence did not only result in transformation in politics, society, and industrialization but also brought some destruction in the economy and politics in the British world. In the 19th century, there was a transformation in the technological, political, industrial and commercial sectors in the Great Britain. If the Spanish people had taken over America, these changes would not have been achieved since there would have been a challenge in communication. The revolution brought about differences among the Spanish people and the Americans.3 A peace treaty was signed in 1783 led to reforms in the constitution whereby a new United States constitution replaced the older Articles of Federation and perpetual Union. But this was resolved in the late 19th century, when the Spanish and Americans began to consolidate their states. The. The Age of Revolutions.
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