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How the Old World EndedThe Anglo-Dutch-American Revolution 1500-1800$
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Jonathan Scott

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9780300243598

Published to Yale Scholarship Online: May 2020

DOI: 10.12987/yale/9780300243598.001.0001

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Archipelagic State Formation, 1578–1783

Archipelagic State Formation, 1578–1783

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(p.234) Chapter Thirteen Archipelagic State Formation, 1578–1783
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How the Old World Ended
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Jonathan Scott

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Yale University Press
DOI:10.12987/yale/9780300243598.003.0014

This chapter looks at how the old world ended through a sequence of republican revolutions. The Anglo-Dutch revolution of 1649–1702 was part of a broader process of Anglo-Dutch-American state-making spanning two centuries. Across the Atlantic, between the Dutch Revolt and the American War of Independence, a series of states emerged which were new not only in fact, but in nature. These were products of an Atlantic Age of Revolution which is sometimes located only in the eighteenth century, but which had clear origins in the sixteenth. Although the new states in question were three in number, the ‘Age of Revolution’ involved four political and military upheavals of global importance.

Keywords:   republican revolutions, Anglo-Dutch revolution, state formation, Dutch Revolt, American War of Independence, Age of Revolution, military upheavals

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