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  1. Here are some random facts I hope help: When France's expansion into the Ohio River valley brought repeated conflict with the claims of the British colonies, a series of battles led to the official British declaration of war in 1756. Boosted by the financing of future Prime Minister William Pitt, the British turned the tide with victories at Louisbourg, Fort Frontenac and the French-Canadian stronghold of Quebec. At the 1763 peace conference, the British received the territories of Canada from France and Florida from Spain, opening the Mississippi Valley to westward expansion. lasted from 1756 to 1763, forming a chapter in the imperial struggle between Britain and France called the Second Hundred Years’ War.  

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  2. The ancient China was centralization, the emperor is very very powerful, while Japan was more feudalism, they have lords and feud, and their own admistration system. Yuan and Qing dynasty period of China was ruled by other races, while Japan was never invasioned. Kublai Khan(Emperor of Yuan) tried twice, but failed. And most time China was a big empire since Qin, while Japan was many kingdoms, ruled by clans.

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    The colonists were justified in rebelling against the British due to several reasons, a large part being Locke's reasoning. ... The colonists also stated that due to the acts and the manners he committed them, they would write up a series of complaints which would stand as the pinnacle of the declaration of independence.

  4. Some of Gandhi’s most constructive works were the idea of peaceful protest. Martin Luther King Jr. saw him as a revolutionary in this field and was really inspired by him. He also spoke a lot on kindness and how that can change a person’s life.


  5. French and American Revolution Both the American and French revolutions were focused on liberty and equality. America was trying to gain freedom from the rules, unfair taxation, War debt, and lack of representation from the British. The French Revolution on the other hand wanted to abolish the French monarchy and create a better government in which people could have more of a say in society, and also had similar causes as the American Revolution. They were similar in their causes because both of them were caused because of unfair taxation, war debt, and lack of representation. However, “The American Revolution involved a colonial uprising against an …show more content…
    The Third Estate suggested meeting as a unified body, but the top court in Paris or the parlement, ruled in favor of the nobility and ordered that the estates meet their own ways. In the American Revolution the colonists started the war against the British, the Bourgeoisie or the Third Estate started to grow restless and was concerned that the king wasn’t going to follow through on the major reforms they wanted. The peasants were tired of the injustices that “They stormed the Bastille, a huge prison, on July 14, 1789. From there, anarchy swept through the countryside and soon peasants attacked nobility and feudal institutions” (Armstrong 230). An outcome similar to both the American and French Revolutions was the signing of two important documents that represented a form of independence mainly for the Americans. The National Assembly of France signed the Declaration of the Rights of Man, a document that stated the natural rights of people and was based the Enlightenment, the American Declaration of Independence, and also from the writings of Jean- Jacques Rousseau. The American Declaration of Independence was made because it was greatly influenced by Thomas Paine’s Common Sense.

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