Haitian and French Revolution
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France: Motive The majority of French people struggled in their daily lives and wanted faires taxes, equal representation in government, and equality of all French citizens.
France: Method The people wrote the Declaration of the Rights of Man, which secures equality of all men. It also includes things like freedom of speech and freedom of the press.
France: Change France established a republic and got rid of the monarchy. They celebrated the birth of the new nation of France.
Haiti: Motive Haitians wanted slavery abolished. They were tired of the social inequality they faced against the colonists. They wanted equality of all blacks and whites
Haiti: Method Haitians revolted and became very violent toward their owners and other white French colonists. They murdered people and burned towns.
Haiti: Change Eventually, slavery was abolished and all Haitians free.
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