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Revolution Model. 3. Breaking Point – An event or a series of events that serve as final straw and necessitate change . There can be multiple counter revolutions, as different sides are attempting to gain power and to shape the post-revolutionary nation.

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Revolution Model

3. Breaking Point – An event or a series of events that serve as final straw and necessitate change

There can be multiple counter revolutions, as different sides are attempting to gain power and to shape the post-revolutionary nation

6. Counter revolution- moving closer to original balance

4. Revolution

5. Aftermath Revolution

Revolutionaries establish system that goes beyond even original balance

Radical ideas

2. Strain on the system

Soaring then crashing

Class struggle

Unhappy intellectuals

Incompetent Government

Gutless leaders

Fiscal Irresponsibility

Misuse of military

Reduction of Rights

1. Status Quo

or

Balance between Authority and Liberty

Purposes of Government are being met and people are satisfied

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Revolution Model

1. Balance between Authority and Liberty

Purposes of Government are being met and people are satisfied

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Revolution Model

2. Strain on the system

Soaring then crashing

Class struggle

Unhappy intellectuals

Incompetent Government

Gutless leaders

Fiscal Irresponsibility

Misuse of military

Reduction of Rights

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Revolution Model

3. Breaking Point – An event or a series of events that serve as final straw and necessitate change

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Revolution Model

4. Revolution

5. Aftermath Revolution

Revolutionaries establish system that goes beyond even original balance

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Revolution Model

6. Counter revolution- moving closer to original balance

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The American Revolution

1. Balance between Authority and Liberty

1. Colonist were content with England

2nd highest standard of living

Semi-independent

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The American Revolution

2. Strain on the system

French and Indian War

No representation

Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Paine, Patrick Henry, Samuel Adams, Sons of Liberty

Navigational Acts strictly enforced

Tea Act, Sugar Act, Stamp Act

British Debt on the backs of Americans

Quartering Soldiers

Boston Massacre

Troops occupied Boston

First Continental Congress

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The American Revolution

3. Breaking Point

Lexington and Concord

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The American Revolution

4. Revolution

Declaration of Independence

5. The Aftermath

Articles of Confederation gave very little power to a central government.

Strong States and a weak national government led to conflict and some local rebellions.

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The American Revolution

Counter revolution-

1787- The Constitutional Convention

Ratification of the Constitution

1789- The Bill of Rights

Many consider this a counter revolution of a coup

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Revolution Model

3. Breaking Point – An event or a series of events that serve as final straw and necessitate change

6. Counter revolution- moving closer to original balance

4. Revolution

5. Aftermath Revolution

Revolutionaries establish system that goes beyond even original balance

2. Strain on the system

Soaring then crashing

Class struggle

Unhappy intellectuals

Incompetent Government

Gutless leaders

Fiscal Irresponsibility

Misuse of military

Reduction of Rights

1. Balance between Authority and Liberty

Purposes of Government are being met and people are satisfied