American Revolution Essay | Social Causes of the American Revolution

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Social Causes of the American Revolution

Summary: The social causes of the American Revolution include the social structure, the societal aspects of Enlightenment thinking, opposition to European control.
The war of independence has many reasons to be justified by the ones who rebel against oppression. It is the people who have the right to revolt against the tyrants they were forced to follow. The difference between the independence movements in Colonial Latin America compared to the American Revolution is that Latin America was not unified as a whole against their oppressors. In a sense Latin America had different revolutions occurring throughout the continent of South America in the 1800s. The social causes of the war of independence in the 13 Colonies and Colonial Latin America were influenced by the social structure, societal aspects of enlightenment thinking and opposition to European tyranny.

The social structure was an important role in the independence movement in the 13 Colonies and Latin America. The southern colonies had a three part societal structure which consisted of the Aristocratic elites...

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