I think I can help you. My minor was in history, and I specialized in European History. Here are some issues that existed back then that are valid today. Sometimes studying the past helps us understand conflicts and challenges in the present.
You asked for five, so here you go. :)
1. You could talk about the struggles within the Catholic Church. During the Renaissance (and after), scientific discoveries were constantly being made that contradicted with church dogma. This was a huge issue for many people. Would the church grow and change and adapt to new findings? Or would it stay firm with traditional doctrine and risk alienating parts of the public? This is still very true today; when we talk about climate change and what we should do ...
French Revolution points are examined.
American and French Revolutions
1. Explain the cause of these changes in each nation, including the conditions that led to both the American and French revolutions and possible reasons for the very different outcomes in the revolutions.
2. Also, looking ahead to the Industrial Age, what would cause Great Britain to eventually follow the path to democracy as well?
3. Further, how did the rise of the American and European democracies, as developing industrial powers, also influence Africa and Asia?View Full Posting Details