History of the United States Essay | The Instability of America and Europe in the 1840's

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The Instability of America and Europe in the 1840's

Summary: The first half of the 18th century for America and Europe was plagued with rebellion, which made one question the stability of both America and Europe. Even though both were unstable, America was more stable than Europe.
Europe less stable then America for two reasons; one it is loosing power while America is gaining power; and two there revolts in Europe are to change a whole government system, not issues with a certain aspect of the government. In America people primarily revolt against slavery and the status of Women. Although in the first half of the 18th century both America and Europe were unstable, Europe was far more unstable then America.

Another reason America is more stable then Europe, is its rebellions aren't to the extreme state that Europe has reached. For example, social groups in America rebel against abolitionism and woman's rights, but not in order to change their whole government. There is such a need for a governmental change in Germany they went to such extreme lengths to create the Frankfurt assembly. The Frankfurt assembly offers...

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