Humanities in the World Since 1300


Question: The revolutionary era of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries is known for granting citizens rights, but did everyone become a citizen, getting the right to vote or to hold electoral office?  Describe what rights the French revolution and the American revolutions granted—or did not grant initially.  How did the experience of women differ from that of men?  As European countries expanded their colonial holdings, did the colonized get those rights? What were the justifications for denying rights to men and women in European colonies? -Can use information from the book, "Worlds Together Worlds Apart Volume 2: from 1000 CE to the Present. Concise 3E. With Sources. By Jeremy Adelman, Elizabeth Pollard, Clifford Rosenberg, and Robert Tignor". 

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