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American Revolution part-1(in hindi)
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Its discussion of American revolution. What was it etc

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Sunil Singh
History lecturer, Faced UPSC & State PSC interviews.

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Nations like people throughout history face dark times, where in they must choose between what is easy and what is right. US presidential elections have brought the flag bearer of open market economy and crusader of capitalism to this strange cross road. A nation of immigrants now wants to protect it’s economy from outside influence by applying extensive taxation on imports. The country which has always depicted itself in popular media as people who solve global problems both military, economical and enviournmental now wants to go into the shell of isolation. Jingoistic phrases like “Making America Great again” and “America First”, while do strike a nationalistic chord lack vision and knowledge of what has actually needs to be done. Right now, USA is tilting towards easy, which may have the following sequelae: Militarily: i)Loss of trust among allies which have provided USA with extensive logistics and support network augmenting strike capabilities and establishing USA as the military leader ii)Once trust deficit crops in, the intelligence network will suffer making American installations vulnerable, iii)loss of allies means loss of captive military markets which supply billions of dollars, which in turn affects general American GDP, iv) Impetus for Russia and China to occupy the vacuum. Economically: i)Loss of cheap labour which in turns increases operation costs and makes American goods uncompetitive ii) Counter tariff imposition on American goods, which will harm exports, iii) Reduced innovation and competitiveness in internal market. To truly make America great again needs deeper introspection rather than knee jerk reactions.
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Sumanth reddy
3 years ago
Hi SowmyaDev. Your answer is good. But you could have added a few points regarding the consequences rest of the world is going to face. Thank you for the insights given :)
Hi Soumyadev, Very nice answer :) You can also add the effects of US policy on India as well. Keep it up :)
Thanks Vignesh and Sumanth :)
Shubham Sagar
3 years ago
Very well written answer, all points covered, I would like to suggest that you can improve ur answer by adding points from current affairs like US Iran pact, middle east crisis, TPP... all these points are covered but mentioning examples is great... intro is gud but u can cut it short and add examples... well done
sir hindi noted available nhi h

  2. About Me Name- Sunil Kumar Singh JRF, Pursuing research in History Faced UPSC interview in 2015, and 2016 Taught History for 3 years at University level . Follow me at:

  3. American Revolution What was it America before Independence British Policy before 1763 (1756-63, seven year war) Reasons in nutshell British policy after 1763 - impact

  4. American Revolution The American Revolution was a time when the British colonists in America rebelled against the rule of Great Britain. There were many battles fought and the colonies gained their freedom and became the independent country of the United States. The American Revolutionary War lasted from 1775 until 1783.

  5. Steps to Revolution Each step moved us closer to war aration o independence The Stamp Act & The ston Massacre Tea Act The Proclamation The Sugararg f 1763 Townshend Acts e my re- 17631764 1765 1767 1770 1773 776 Colonial Responses do ontinen Congress Boston Committeeof Tea Paty Correspondence SMUGGLING More boycotts & 500 The Stamp Act Congress &Daughters of Libertyr lonists were Smuggling Sons of Liberty arv

  6. America before Independence In 16th cen. - Englishmen - establish colonies, trade & commerce In 18th cen.-colonies were established by France, Spain etc - inherited the spirit of liberty- America had developed on different lines They had little love for mother country enjoying in America more freedom than they could enjoy in Europe

  7. America before independence Americans were inspired by the ideas of philosophers like Locke, Milton, Jefferson etc Colonies - driven from England, each colony had a local assembly, however they were under the rule of mother country Thus American view was that they should manage their affairs in their own way

  8. America before Independence By the 18th cen. The colonist found the laws which the English government imposed upon more & more objectionable The idea of being an independent nation grew & developed into the revolutionary war in which the colonist gained their independence

  9. British policy before 1763 British believed America was their colony - colonies existed merely to serve the mother country - provide raw materials & market for finished goods Imperial control was being increased to exploit the colony to their advantages Navigation act of 1651 -all goods entering England must be carried in ships owned or manned by British

  10. British policy before 1763 Enumerated commodities act 166Q-shall not export commodities like sugar, tobacco, cotton etc to any country except England The WoolAct in 1692 which prohibited the export of American made cloth from its colony of origin.

  11. Reasons Conflict in economic Interest Uniqueness of American society Conflict between different classes Difference on constitutional issue Emergence of America as nation Seven year war Policies of George Granville