There were many things that led up to the French Revolution. One of the main things was the tension that arose among the French people regarding Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette had begun to spend more and more of the French peoples’ money every day and it just flat out pissed off the French citizens. So eventually they started the French Revolution and decapitated Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. Although in the end, the French Revolution turned out to be quite a failure. Three failures of the French Revolution were that France was still under the rule of one man, the liberty that was promised to the people of France was never given to them, and there was widespread dissatisfaction throughout all of France.
The French Revolution turned out to be a failure because France was still under the rule of one man. This one man screwed the pope, took the crown, and crowned himself as the emperor of France. This man was Napoleon Bonaparte. Now one of the main points of the French Revolution was to get rid of the king and get a Democratic government. Well, they got half of it right and got rid of the king, but an emperor replaced him. So that turned out to be an epic fail.
The French Revolution turned out to be a failure because the liberty that was promised to the people of France was never given to them. The revolution began with the slogan, “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity”, but those were never established. The French Revolution was supposed to replace old French society with equality for all, but completely ignored the rights of the commoners. Also, all liberty that was promised was completely denied once the revolution became the “Reign of Terror”.
The French Revolution turned out to be a failure because there was widespread dissatisfaction throughout all of France. It also continued throughout the entire revolutionary period regardless of the changes in government and leadership. The French Revolution also...
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