The Short Term Impacts of the American Revolution In the last half of the 18th century, the American Revolution impacted the United States and the world, as we knew it. By 1774 all thirteen American colonies joined forces to create a disruption in the British ruling powers, in the hopes of getting independence. Each colony gained more and more power and made governments to represent themselves and made the constitution to create a government that was independent from Great Britain. The federal governing powers in America thought that British were unfit to rule and were tyrannical because of the way they took advantage of America. In this way the American colonies could no longer ally with Great Britain. This became the American...The end:
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