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Social Changes of the Revolutionary War

Summary: Discuss the social changes brought about by the American Revolution.
The absence of Great Britain's administration effected and affected societal changes throughout the newly independent colonies with a spectrum of religious, economic, industrial, governmental, equality, and other such communal issues, all differing in magnitude. As well, if the revolution were literally a true transformation, certain principles held today might have come about through these conversions.

An economic stimulus or awakening among the colonies was provided by the revolution, consequently, through boycotts and the necessities of war. Importations from Britain were halted, meaning that the colonists were to begin manufacturing goods themselves, which led to the further development of industry. Although the original soil based economy continued to flourish, the framework of an industrial society began to form (As seen from the infamous Brandywine Creek near Philadelphia in which water wheels ran for eight miles).

However, over time, independence worsened the economy far worse than...

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