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EliasLecroy
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A common goal of the Glorious, American, and French revolutions was

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robinsonnancy30

Only that they both deposed an unpopular king. After that they differ....The British 'Glorious' was done without bloodshed or violence, and a new Queen (the deposed Kings daughter) was right away placed on throne as new leader, leading to peace and prosperity. The French...was done with lots of violence, rioting and bloodshed including the execution of the deposed king, the queen and their children. The French never got around to placing a new king or leader on the murdered king's throne, so chaos was the result.

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