The revolution in North America and Latin America, which include Spanish and Portuguese America, had colonial rulers that were replace with home-grown elite. For example in North America, the signers of the Declaration of Independence and the Presidents who took over the United States were all born in the U.S.A. Likewise f or Latin America, the Creoles took over Lain America after the Spanish and Portuguese left. The Creoles were home-born in the colonies, but had Spanish parents.
Consequently, the three revolutions in the North and Latin America all had radical changes. Radical can be defined as departing from the usual and customary; favoring or effecting revolutionary changes. Although the changes in the Americas were all radical, the revolution in North America was more radical than the revolutions which took place against Spain and Portugal. These revolutions were less radical because they were less violent and had less drastic reforms.
In North America, the revolution took a radical reform. After the English put major taxes on the colonist, the colonist fought back to eradicate the taxes put on them. An example of eradication was the Boston Tea Party. This was one of the starting points to revolution by the colonist. While wanting freedom, the colonist in North America started to fight the British; the first fight took place at Lexington and Concorde. Other battles took place in which the colonist fought for freedom. During the fighting, the Declaration of Independence was signed, a document which declared freedom from Britain. After this, open warfare took place between the colonist and British, and after winning the battle of Saratoga, the colonist received their freedom. The fighting in North America was radical because of the many brutal battles which took place and because of the tactics of the colonist.
In Latin America, there was a radical change also. Overtime, the Creoles stated becoming powerful and quarrels took place between the peninsulares...