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Department
History
Course
HIS241H1
Professor
Anthony Cantor
Semester
Fall

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HIS241September 22Kristen Young Ramifications in the World Looking at Haiti and the Atlantic WorldAmerican Revolution influencepopular sovereignty oCost of the American Revolution for the French French Revolution was a challenge to royal power as well as slavery in the AtlanticWorld Study of the approaches of those involved in the Revolution to slavery shows thecontradictions The effective challenge to slavery didnt come from the big institutions even thoughthey had declared everyone free and equaloOnly french men with property were considered active citizensoWomen and children were inactive citizensoThe enslaved were considered alienspublic utility was what bind people to the stateFailure to incorporate Haiti diminishes our understanding of the other revolutionsand the other French colonieso Brought about the fear of slave revolt because Haiti was able to break free andlive independentlyoWas a radicalization of the mentality of the abolitionists The revolts in France FREAKED PEOPLE OUT and they wanted to ensure that the samething didnt happen in the colonies SaintD
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