The bourgeois revolution is a radical revolutionin the life of society, which sets as its goal the creation of a bourgeois state by destroying the feudal system. In the colonies, it consists in establishing independence from the colonizing country. One of the first was the English bourgeois revolution of the XVII century, thanks to which England from the state with absolute monarchy became the first country with the beginnings of capitalism, and in the future and completely capitalist power. It is generally accepted that the bourgeois revolution is more likely to benefit humanity than evil, since it is progressive in its essence.

Feudalism is gradually becoming an obsolete formgovernment, in this connection, in every possible way hinders the development of everything new and progressive in society. After the bourgeois revolution took place in England, and the country was governed by the parliament, it began to rapidly develop its industry and agriculture, previously held back by feudal ties. There was a huge leap, the fruits of which did not take long to wait.

The English bourgeois revolution, which began asreligious war, led to the proclamation of the republic, which in 1660 ended with the restoration of the monarchy. The process of capitalization was in full swing, and the English king was forced to recognize officially the bourgeoisie as a class that became involved in the administration of the state. In the following centuries, almost all countries and continents shake such upheavals, although they pursue different goals.

The bourgeois revolution at the end of the 18th century inFrance and the global revolution of 1905 in Russia began as discontent caused by landownership (the agrarian question). In the middle of the XIX century, Italy and Germany (each independently of one another) sought to unite, which was also characterized by a series of unrest of the people.

The American bourgeois revolution of the 18th century was caused by the desire for independence, which was the only way out of the critical situation.

The twentieth century became revolutionary for the countries of Asia, Africa,Latin America, it was during this period that they were freed from the yoke of the imperialist powers. At the initial stage, artisans and peasants took part in bourgeois unrest, and over time a proletariat was formed from the workers, which could lead to the rest of the social strata of society. The bourgeois revolution, in which the working masses took part in the overwhelming majority, became a formidable force and globally changed the vector of history. Very often such social upheavals provoked civil wars in the future.

The American bourgeois revolution isits essence bourgeois-democratic, because it was she who subsequently gave the US the opportunity to make a huge leap in economic and cultural development. I must say that the US, unlike most countries in which the revolutionary events took place, were not a feudal country. The bourgeois revolution in the United States began as a national liberation movement that later developed into a war with the British colonialists and ended in a civil war. Nevertheless, an absolutely new state with its own constitution appeared in the world. The Declaration of Independence was drafted and adopted on July 4, 1776, which was signed by representatives of 13 states that became "free and independent states".

For the first time all people were recognized as equals, only topeople were white men, and slaves, Indians and women were not considered such. The bourgeois revolution in the US took the first and timid steps toward democracy, as the Americans at that time understood it. A lot more blood was shed subsequently for the liberation of slaves, who were completely unaffected by this event. They were like slaves, and remained for another 80 years as such, until the course of history once again changed.

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