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Essay heading: 3 lasting effects of the dual revolutions
 
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His liberal views and the motivation of the masses lead the British House of Lords to abolish slavery in England and all of its colonies. By doing this, Britain showed the world they can be a liberal nation because they gave all their citizens natural rights and supported drastic change within their society (Hunt 716)...
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The term laissez-faire is French for leave alone, referring to the government’s interference with trade. It has been the tradition of the government of many nations to implement a tax on imported goods called a tariff. 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...
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