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The Impact of the American Revolution By Martin

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Martin Anania

on 31 August 2014

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Transcript of The Impact of the American Revolution By Martin

A New Nation
Short term:
In 1788 The American Revolution turned the Thirteen Colonies to USA. That´s why in the USA´s flag of 1788 there were 13 Stars.
Longer term:
In this days The United States of America is one of the richest and powerful countries in the world, they loyal to principles of the liberty. They can fight against the one who betrays the principles of the United States
United States?
Short Term:
The Americans colonists divided at the time of the Revolution, some others wanted to live under British rules so they went to Quebec, West Indies and others left USA. The Jefferson´s rule that every man was free did not include the slaves.
Long Term:
A civil war was sparked from 1861 to 1865 to stop the slavery. In 1800s and early 1900 was an opportunity of work for many people, emigration to USA from Europe and Asia was triggered and that swelled the USA population and the economy went higher. This help USA to expand as we know it today.

The Im
pact of The
American Revolution
The world turned upside down?
Short term
: The people that were ruled by a monarch and that monarch could overthrown because he was ruling badly and about betraying their liberty , the people had the right to do that. In Europe monarchs thought about this idea
Long term:
Britain and USA had a good relation, most of America´s trades continued to be with Britain. Britain politicians didn´t repeated mistakes and that was why Britain grew.
The End
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