It was precluded that the independence was sought and no change was seen in the social hierarchy. It was found that the events that transpired in reality were different. The people were more interested in developing commerce in the region and there was a renewed spirit of independence. People started to look into the entitlement by birth issue. They did not agree to the traditional authoritative systems. The people started to question when they were treated badly. The servants in the societies were hard to maintain. The people asked a lot of questions and did not agree to a person being superior simply based on lineage (Wood, 145). This was an important rhetoric that the American Revolution had caused in the minds of the people. Obedience by compulsion was questioned and was slowly losing its vigor in the societies. This was seen in the overall social systems and also in every family system. The patriarchal ideology of the son following the father’s demands was even questioned as a result on America gaining independence. These are some of the aftermath of American Revolution. In the master servant relationship dynamics, there was more resentment towards the master by the servants.
They did not like being told what to do and to follow all the order of the masters implicitly (Wood 146). Hence the American Revolution had caused an impact that transcended in different forms across the societies. This had paved the ways for the movement of independence across the nation. This was a major contention used in the case of abolishing of slavery in the region. During the times of revolution, this fighting for the independence of the nation seemed to be a paradigm shift of the ideologies. In this there was a replacement of the social structure or at least the people who had participated in the war seemed to assume the same.In the monarchal world that existed prior to gaining independence and before the revolutionary war, it seemed inconceivable that the people would question authority. Traditional values of dependency and obedience questioned every element in the societies.The concept of independent man pervaded the societies and there was increasing importance given to the being free man and this was echoed throughout the societies.