The American Revolution fundamentally changed American considerably politically because Americans rely on democracy rather than monarchy, socially because the roles of certain social groups experienced a nuance change, and economically because the Americans freed themselves from having to send their raw materials to England and started to manufacture their own products.
The American Revolution changed American politically by allowing the people to be governed by representation, a central government, and a state government. Americans wanted a government different from the one of England so they created their own. Document I, informs us from a Federalists point of view that abuses of government must be controlled, the need of control of both the people and the government is necessary because of human nature, and the government must have measures to control itself. In order to ensure that tyranny will not arise and for every state to be satisfied there is a separation of powers. The federal government is divided into three branches: the Legislature, the Executive, and the Judicial Branches. These branches have a checks and balances system, to establish that not no branch is superior to another and that nothing can be done by one branch until it is “checked” by another branch. The Constitution was made to control the governments and the Bill of Rights to control the people. The Constitution limited the power of the federal government and the Bill of Rights specified the rights that the people of America possess. Some Americans feared that the government will have little power but the Constitution, which replaced the Articles of Confederation, granted the federal government more power.
As well as the politics of American society being greatly affected by the American Revolution the sociality of American society was affected likewise. There are numerous instances in the Revolution where specific social groups had either stepped into the social role of another...
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