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Comparing the English Civil War and the French Revolution

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Comparing the English Civil War and the French Revolution


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1. Introduction, main text with examples to support your point of view, and conclusion.

2. At least 2 quotations from the reading to support your point of view. 

Choice #1 

Compare the major results of the English Civil War and the French Revolution. 

Were they very similar to each other in their results? Or were they very different?

Support your opinion with at least 3 examples, such as political, economic, or social changes.


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Sample Introduction with Outline for: What caused the Civil War?

The central cause of the Civil War was the sharpening conflict over which social class would control the federal government. The Southern plantation owners had been dominant in the White House and Congress, dictating both foreign and domestic policies that strengthened their slave-based economy. Northern-based industrial capitalists had competing goals; they wanted the federal government to promote policies that favored manufacturing and trade. In order to accomplish their goals, the industrialists needed to replace the slaveholders as the dominant force in the federal government.

A rising sentiment also developed in the North and West against slavery on moral grounds. By exposing the brutality of slave life, abolitionists and others undermined the moral authority of the slaveholders. Western farmers opposed slavery because it blocked their “free labor” goal of owning their own land and rising social mobility.

A. Main social classes

1. Southern slaveholders: economy based on producing cotton with slave labor

2. Northern capitalists growing in strength: economy based on industry and trade

3. Western farmers, Northern workers: wanted access to land, jobs

B. Mexican War (1846-48) – U.S. takes from Mexico, the area from Texas to California 

1. more slave states  more Congressional seats for slaveholders’ representatives

2. increased land for cotton growing  greater wealth, influence for slaveholders

3. many in North opposed the war  more intense divisions between North/South

C. Compromise of 1850 – Congressional deal with goal of easing North-South tensions

1. new states can only be admitted with equal number of slave and free

 forces everyone to take sides, North or South

 Northern industrialists believe their wealth hasn’t brought them political power

2. Fugitive Slave Act – makes it easier for slaveholders to capture runaway slaves 

 mass protests in North to block the capture and return of runaway slaves

D. Founding of Republican Party in 1850s – first party based on industrial capitalists

1. opposed to any expansion of slavery into any new U.S. territories and states

2. “free labor” platform won support from farmers, urban workers, and abolitionists

3. 1860 - Republicans win presidential election  Southern states leave the U.S.

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Comparing the English Civil War and the French Revolution Name Institution Comparing the English Civil War and the French Revolution Topic: Comparing the English Civil War and the French Revolution Introduction The English Civil War and the French Revolution were some of the events that shaped history in the 18th century. The English Civil war had far reaching effects on the British people and culminated in the beheading of Prince Charles I. The French Revolution also changed France and the world at large. Thesis Statement: Although the English Civil war and the French Revolution took place at different time periods and at different times, they had almost identical social, political and economic effects to the people and the government of the day. Political Effects The feudal system that had been in place for almost two centuries was destroyed and a new system of governance emerged. The execution of Charles I left a political vacuum Economic Effects The continued piracy in the high seas as well as the renaissance of the Dutch disrupted shipping thus crippling trading in the region The Napoleonic wars that came after the revolution also made trade between France and America impossible Social Effects After the French Revolution, the gap between the rich and the poor became even wider thus leading to a period of social unrest The disintegration of the Church Discipline that had ensured social discipl


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