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Liberties After the American Revolution

Summary: Many believe that freedom was granted to all people in the United States after the American Revolution. However, freedom was not granted to women and slaves, and documents that were supposed to grant equality to all people were nothing more than contradictory statements. The American Revolution was a conservative revolt that earned independence for a nation but did not expand liberties.
Although the American Revolution was both a military and moral victory for the American people, their cause to break all ties with England in order to gain freedom was not entirely accomplished. Instead, a large gap in the social class formed, in which women and slaves were not receiving the freedom they deserved. Moreover, documents such as the Declaration of Independence, which were supposed to grant equality to all people, were nothing more than contradictory statements. Overall, the American Revolution was a conservative revolt that did not expand liberties in a radical way.

During the American Revolution, thousands of women played an active role in the war at both the battlefield and the home front. However, the freedoms and rights of women remained unchanged at the end of the war; they were still treated in a condescending manner. Abigail Adams often wrote to her husband...

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