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Q: The French Revolution differed from the American Revolution because the American Revolution was about social status. the American Revolution was about gaining independence. the American
Revolution was about Kings and Queens ruling harshly. the American Revolution was about the wealthy few ruling harshly.
A: The French Revolution differed from the American Revolution because the American Revolution was about gaining independence.
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