4-5 pages typed double spaced essay with limited quoting-short quotes that assist in illustrating your argument. No more than two 1-2 sentence quotes per page.(each quote should be no longer than 2-3 lines long) Use MLA documentation. Information should be in your own words using the required class texts.
Readings and sources you MUST and ONLY use to write your essay: Tindall/Shi, Shi/Mayer, indians and american revolution documents (2), black declarations.pdf, women and the american revolution.pdf
In this essay students will discuss the philosophical values and the political goals of the American Revolution and its leaders. Then evaluate the impact of the Revolution on women, blacks, and indians and how much or how little the revolutionaries values and goals affected these groups.
Focus on :What were the political goals and ideals of the American Revolutionary leaders? In other words what did they see as important to the creation of the newly emerging republic? How inclusive/exclusive were the revolutionary goals/ideals? What was the role/position of women, blacks and indians in this emerging republic? What impact would America`s conception and impliementation of freedom, equality and liberty have not only in an American context but also a global context.
Impact of the American Revolution Name Course title Impact of the American Revolution A revolution is a change in the political structure that happens within a very short time when the people rise against the ruling authorities. Any evidence of the creation of the United States, which is the American Revolution begun in the 1760s, when the British authority was overthrown (Berkin 15). This paper discusses the philosophical values and the goals of the revolution leaders. It also reviews the roles of women, blacks, and Indians during the revolution and the extent to which the revolutionary goals affected them. Political goals and ideals of the American Revolutionary leaders The American Revolutionary leaders’ main goal was to attain independence that is life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness from Britain. This was intended to preserve the rights of the people (Nash 19). The British colonist imposed a series of taxes to Americans to financially support their troop and to recover huge expenditures they incurred during the French war. Basic commodities like sugar, textile, coffee and any other goods that were shipped were taxed heavily. This did not go well with th