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Why can the american revolution and the french revolution be regarded as anachronisms?

Hi! Iam writing an essay about the french revolution and the american revolution and i need to know why they can be regarded as anachronism.
Question asked by: amooba

Asked on: 25 May 2010

They are artifacts that belong to another time in that they could not really happen apart from in very specialised conditions, and therefore that is what makes them anachronisms.
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Replied at: 02 Jun 2010
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