The Texas Revolution Analytical Essay by Top Papers

The Texas Revolution
A look at the Texas Revolution and Mexican rule.
# 143903 | 1,000 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2009 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2009 in History (Manifest Destiny Doctrine) , History (US-Mexican War)


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This paper examines various aspects of the Texas Revolution, focusing on how it could not have been avoided. According to the paper most Texans had no intention of living permanently under Mexican rule and were determined to either establish an independent republic or to gain admission into the Union as a new state. The paper further notes that the Texans believed in Manifest Destiny and were convinced that it was America's destiny to spread westward across the continent and become a great and powerful nation.

From the Paper:

"The Texas Revolution could not have been avoided, for most Texans had no intention of living permanently under Mexican rule and were determined to either establish an independent republic or to gain admission into the Union as a new state. As Americans, they believed in Manifest Destiny and were convinced that it was America's destiny to spread westward across the continent and become a great and powerful nation. Consequently, American settlers of Texas were only willing to live under Mexican rule until they..."

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