The Enlightenment was the root of many of the ideas of the American Revolution. It was a movement that focused mostly on freedom of speech, equality, freedom of press, and religious tolerance. The American Revolution was the time period where America tried to gain its independence from England.The Enlightenment ideas were the main influences for American Colonies to become their own nation.
Some of the leaders of the American Revolution were influenced by Enlightenment ideas which are, freedom of speech, equality, freedom of press, and religious tolerance. American colonists did not have these rights, in result, they rebelled against England for independence.
The engligment philosophies mostly Natural Rights and Social Contract impacted the American revolution
Natural rights were Unalienable rights, Rights That we yours by nature. These rights encouraged the colonies and people in those colonies to rebel against the ruling monarch for the way he was treating them. And the social contact which was a contract that was man made that according to a philosopher Jean-jaccques Rosseau was a contract that stated that the people gave power to the ruling government and the government offered protection which was not exactly what the king was doing. So they created a revolution against the king.
a. because the u.s. was the leading with the most technology, economy, etc. also was teamed with other allies witch boosted the economy and materials to improve technology and use it.
abraham lincoln, according to anyone who was connected with agriculture, represented the worst of northern politicians. shortly after lincoln was elected, south carolina seceded from the union. they along with other southern states, retained their anger. in a way, it was their own fault: the democrats were split in the south. some wanted slavery to be extended in other states that were about to join the union and some didn't want it badly enough. lincoln had a solid backing from his party: the republicans were united in not wanting slavery to be expanded.