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  1. The American War of Independence started in 1776 but its background was being prepared since a long past. Composition of the American colonies, lack of transport and communication, system of colonial government and above all, the economic colonialism constitute the fundamental causes for the Revolution.

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  2. Causes of the Latin American Independence Movement 1 Revolutions in America Causes of the Latin American Independence Movement The American Revolution created a ripple effect in both the Western and Eastern hemispheres.

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    • Defective Administration: The Administrative System of England in the American Colonies was defective. Each Colony had its Assembly and the elected members.
    • Restrictions on Colonial Trade: The British Government regulated the colonial trade for her own advantage. The trade policy of England was the colonies were.
    • Influence of Seven Years War: ADVERTISEMENTS: The Seven Years War which was started in 1756 and ended in 1763 had an impact on the American Colonies. By defeating France, England occupied Canada.
    • Role of the Writers and Philosophers: The Writers and Philosophers played an important role in the American War of Independence. Thomas Paine through this writing ‘Commonsense’ inspired the Americans to raise their voice against the British Government.
  4. Dec 16, 2014 · The Latin American Independence (1807-1824), political and military movement that ended colonial rule by Spain and Portugal over Mexico, Central America, and South America and gave birth to the modern independent nations of Latin America. (Latin American history) The early 1800s radically altered the history of Latin America.

  5. Determining the Causes of an Event All events have causes rooted in the social, economic, political, or ideological context of their times. A good explanation of the Revolution will not only consider these factors, but will explain the numerous events leading up to the actual outbreak of the fighting.

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