Compare the reasons for the English bourgeois revolution and the French bourgeois revolution.

The English and French revolutions took place in the 17th and 18th centuries. Their reasons were dissatisfaction with the situation of the people and disagreements between the king and parliament. Common reasons were high taxes imposed by the state without parliamentary approval. Also, the contradictions between the feudal nobility and the capitalists grew. The latter in conflicts were often ignored by the ruler. He adhered to the traditional way. People joined the revolutionary movement in order to defend their rights.

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