3 lasting effects of the dual revolutions

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Title: 3 lasting effects of the dual revolutions
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Date: January 14, 1996
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Eventually the citizens of one of these countries will see a need for change and feel the need to break the chain of excessive taxation. Since 97% of the tax payers were in the poorest Estate during the 19th century, they had a lot of power to make big changes (class notes “Revolutions within the Revolution” 1/ 23/08)...
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The British liberals did make big changes in 1846 when they forced, through the use of “organized mass demonstrations”, Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel to repeal a tariff on corn in England called the Corn Laws (Hunt 717) In reaction to the liberals, conservatism was created...
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