The French Revolution is known because of the struggles France has on that time. Injustices they had were not good. King Louis spent half of the budget of federal service and that quickly led them in to bankruptcy. This was not a good year for France so they start to raise the prices of food and people going hungry, so that is one of the reasons they went into a revolution. New traditions were implemented during all that, government change from monarchy, and new economic was crated. Even though there were many up and downs in France definitely the French Revolution was a success because Enlightenment were part of the good changes in
In my opinion The French Revolution was a success. The middle class was influence
By the theories of Enlightenment and was familiar with the recent American Revolution. They fought for freedom and equality. In 1789 financial times were hard in France. The peasants were upset that the nobles were living lavish collecting taxes, while they suffered. The France social system was out of date and consisted of three Estates. The first Estates were the clergy, paid no taxes and lived a good easy life….
The French Revolution was a failure. They didn’t accomplish many things that they sought out to achieve, but within the revolution were little successes and little failures that made an impact on France as a whole in terms of equality.
The French Revolution was relatively successful in its endeavor to accomplish its objectives for the lower class of France. However, their power was restricted until the lower class started to revolt and turn into a power too strong to ignore.….
French Revolution Success or Failure AP European History:
The French Revolution;
Success or Failure
Like many of the debacles and upheavals of France, and Western Europe, the French Revolution resulted in many examples of successes, as well as failures. Even the outcomes that were viewed positively, most came at a very high price. Amid a fiscal crisis, the peasants of France were increasingly angered by the incompetency of King Louis XVI and the continued indifference of the aristocracy….
Prompt: Why was the French Revolution both a success and a failure? Explain. Be specific.
Like many radical upheavals, the French Revolution resulted in some successes as well as many failures. Even the outcomes that were viewed as positive, however, came at a very high price. Different groups of Frenchmen had varying ideas of what the Revolution should accomplish. The rural peasants and urban sans-culottes were more interested in having enough food to eat than….
The French Revolution was a major transformation of the society and political system of France, lasting from 1789 to 1799. During the course of the Revolution, France was changed from an absolute monarchy, to a republic of supposedly equal and free citizens. The effects of the French Revolution were widespread, both inside and outside of France, and impacted all of Europe. At times the outcome of revolt led to social change and at times it just led to unnecessary bloodshed. Was this revolution inevitable….
This I believe: I believe in change changing us for the better
Change. It is a word of great wisdom.
What can we ever believe in? Happiness, glory, success? No, nothing is secure, nothing keeps. Everything is bound to change. But the question is, is it for the worse or for the better? I believe that changes change us for the better.
Very often, changes occur suddenly, abruptly, unexpectedly, and I am very much left helpless and clueless. Every new change to me is an unseen challenge, a….
negative components of the French Revolution have convinced many citizens of the French nation that Napoleon is the hero of The French Revolution; however, due to his despotic intentions, inevitable failures, as well as other figures of the French Revolution also being considered to be heroic, prove otherwise. The French government in the beginning of our French Revolution was in need of a man with military success, they were in need of a man like Napoleon. Napoleon was assigned only to prevent chaos….
Introduction:The three major causes if the French Revolution was the disputes between the different types of social classes in French society. The French Revolution in the 18th Century was one of the most important events in the history of the world. The Revolution led to many changes in France, the Revolution led to the development of new political ideas such like democracy. It questioned the authority of kings, priests, and nobles. The Revolution also gave new meanings and new ideas to the people….
Revolutions by definition are forced, but can sometimes be welcomed, changed in society. The French Revolution changed France socially, politically, economically, and culturally. The Enlightenment inspired the French people to limit King Louis XIV’s power. After seeing how the French forcibly changed their country other countries around the world wanted to have the same results. Napoleon’s reign after the Revolution marks the part of failure the Revolution created, but his presence is felt throughout….
The French Revolution was a major turning point in the France’s history. There were many factors that helped influence the French Revolution. There were many social, political and economic conditions that led up to revolution. Although, the success American Revolution combined with the ideas of the Enlightenment is what sparked the beginning of the French Revolution.
By the year 1789, many people of the third estate were outraged with the current system of government. France was ruled by an absolute….