revolution justifiable?

Length: 2 Pages 601 Words

By the 17th century, British citizens, for economic reasons or for religious oppression, flocked toward the New World to begin a community that honored their natural laws. Some flocked towards present day New England in order to obtain religious freedom while others left for the Chesapeake Bay to reap economic rewards, but Britain perceived the colonization of the New World as an addition to imperialism. These differentiating reasons for settlement eventually lead the colonists to revolution. As the colonials laid down the foundations for their new society, benign neglect, brought forth by the British, allowed the colonies to establish their own method of rule, including freedom of religion and their own government system which, over a long period of time, developed a sense of nationalism in the minds of many colonists. After virtually uninterrupted self rule, the colonials’ natural righ Continue...

More sample essays on revolution justifiable?

    Industrial Revolution
    Industrial Revolution. .... Although they were "industrial statesmen," it is justifiable to say that the industrial leaders of the 1865-1900 era were also "robber .... (1607 6 )

    The Revolutions 1917 and 1789:
    .... and were quickly overshadowed by the Bolshevik revolution which had a much more serious repercussions, ones that were perhaps less obviously justifiable. .... (1117 4 )

    social/economic views of Marx
    .... As the Industrial Revolution steamed ahead paving the way for growing commerce .... downfall of the proletarians and progressed towards a justifiable revolt against .... (2349 9 )

    The Black Panthers.
    .... is not only permissible, but obligatory, that a victorious revolution can only .... goals of political action, without which a rebellion is justifiable: * The means .... (2361 9 )

    Causesof Political violence
    .... Whatever his logic, his actions were not justifiable. .... Sederberg explains four of the most popular explanations for violence and revolution and points out some .... (1557 6 )

ts were usurped by the British in order to make up for a massive debt that Britain had acquired during the French and Indian War. Britain had again violated the natural rights of the colonists, and in reaction to the Stamp Act, the Stamp Act Congress was created in order to show England that the colonists had natural rights and grievances that could not be taken away by the British. Adam Smith, the "father of modern economics, virulently stated his view on British mercantilism. In The Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson states, "This history of the present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpation, all having in direct object, the establishment of an absolute tyranny over these States. Many colonists felt that mercantilism was debasing, and that the colonies were being kept in a state of economic adolescence (Kennedy 125). Britain thought of the colonies not as an extension to the empire, but instead territory to improve the well-being of British commercial interests. The Navigation Act of 1650, stating that all commerce traveling to and from the colonies had to be transported in British vessels, was brought back in the 1700's. In 1765, parliament passed the Stamp Act, which made it mandatory for the colonists to affix a stamp on all commercial documents; something that was never before issued in the colonies. In order to amass wealth, Britain tried to use the colonies as tenants, suppliers that manufactured essential goods for the mother country and only allowed to buy manufactured goods exclusively from Britain. "To prohibit a great people, however, from making all that they can of every part of their own produce, or from employing their stock and industry in the way that they judge most advantageous to themselves, is a manifest violation of the most sacred rights of mankind(Kennedy 123). Due to the invasion of the colonists' natural rights by economic taxation and political intervention, the excerpt by Thomas Jefferson in The Declaration of Independence is valid. The colonists felt that is was legitimate for parliament to make decisions concerning the empire as a whole, but that parliament could not tax the colonists if they were not allowed to be represented in parliament. Although the shipping industry developed from the act, it was a hassle and the principle was also invading their natural rights. Mercantilism, an economic system in which a nation could gain power and wealth by exporting more than importing, was established in order to recover the substantial debt that was accumulated during the French and Indian War.


Just and Unjust Wars
the US point of view because the OECS asked for help, but the decision of the OECS to do so is less justifiable given the Revolution and Intervention in Grenada (2156 9 )

The American Declaration of Independence
on concessions to America, whose resistance he termed "perfectly justifiable in every persistently violent in his resentment of the success of the Revolution. (2570 10 )

Purposes of the American Declaration of Independence
on concessions to America, whose resistance he termed "perfectly justifiable in every persistently violent in his resentment of the success of the Revolution. (2570 10 )

The native Indian populations in Latin America certainly have justifiable grievances against the odds against the success of a native Indian revolution are so (2843 11 )

Lincoln's Views on Slavery
He recognized and defended revolution as a ômost sacred righto of a people, but he than a legal right that must be exercised toward a morally justifiable cause (1592 6 )

Search & Seizure Law Case
a reasonable suspicion of criminal activity and had a justifiable belief that In the period before the Revolution, the British subjected American colonists to (3678 15 )