French was ruled by an absolute monarchy. I know all about the French Revolution... "Liberty, equality, fraternity". Was Russian ruled by an Autocracy government?
American subjects wanted equality before the law. Colonists also wanted to limit the authority of the state(UK). Russian subjects were just not happy with Czar's way of handling the war. They had bad leadership and economy also.
Yes. Russian ruled by a single person having unlimited power then monarchy and French ruled by one in all sovereign powers are executed by the king then First Republic. While the American's shared power and the right to assemble then became democratic.
French subjects wanted equality before law. They had bad economy and learned about the enlightenment ideas. What were the other conflicts about?
French people are very poor, illiterate, and not so independent minded.
Russian people are extremely poor, illiterate, and living in total social darkness sometimes. American people were somewhat educated and colonists had experience with "self-governing".
Some actions leading to the Revolution for the Americans were Acts passed: stamp, sugar, etc. Boston Massacre, Boston Tea Party-1773, etc.
Well for the French, May 1789 meeting of the Estates Generals: elections, Storming the Bastille, etc. On the other hand, Russian actions were the strikes, 1000 petitioners were killed, WW1, etc.
The French were Catholics, and I know that the Russians were diverse with Christianity, especially Eastern Orthodox Christianity.
America has religion freedom for people everywhere.
Oh yeah! "All power to the Soviets. Peace to the People. Land to the peasants. Factories to the workers" is the Russian slogan. "No taxation without representation" is the American slogan. I know my history!
The French Revolution completely changed the social and political structure of France. It removed Russia from the war and brought about the world's first communist state. The American Revolution changed the political and social aspects of the United States.