You mean, a transfer of power from the white, rich, Protestant upper classes in England to the homegrown white, rich, Protestant upper classes? I'm glad we're NOT part of the British Empire. I love my constitutional freedoms -- but the Revolution wasn't the Founding Fathers putting on sunglasses and slow-walking away from an explosion.
Yes, I posted a Crispus Attucks meme a while back. But despite his death, and Phyllis Wheatley's inspiring verses, and the service of the American women who fought on the battlefields, when our republic was constituted, it reinforced the power of the previous ruling classes (propertied white, Protestant men) at everyone else's expense. Because there was more land to go around than in England, there were more opportunities for the working classes ultimately, but they didn't start out with the vote, even. This is not revisionism, it's just history.
And, hey, it's been a minute since you sniped at me. Nice to see you!
All nations were established for the benefit of the group establishing them. Only America was established on an ideal of fundamental rights of the individual citizen over the State. That ideal has been the key to liberty for an untold number.
You must not have said much to snipe at, nice to see you as well!