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    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

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    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

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    Maslov 1 Tori Maslov Mrs. Stewart World History Honors 9 Due January 23rd‚ 2014 The Impact of the French Revolution From the fall of the Bastille to the Reign of Terror‚ the events that occurred during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars of France impacted Europe in outstanding ways‚ creating social and political changes that could not be reversed. The Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars of France were a great impact on world history because it awakened nationalism‚ it brought forth stronger

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    developed into a revolution. Throughout this time France was facing a collection of issues. At this time France was ruled by an inadequate and absolute monarch. Absolutism was becoming increasingly unpopular due to the enlightenment ideas. Although these are all remarkable motives‚ the most critical motives were that it was influenced significantly by the American Revolution‚ the poor privileges ingrained by the Old Regime‚ and France’s grave economic crisis. To begin with the French Revolution of 1789

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    April 17‚ 2013 French Revolution Do you know what the meaning of history is? History is the study of past human affairs which we can assess changes that occurred over a period of time. Do you know what revolution is? Revolution is an aggressive rebellion of a particular government to obtain a new system. The French Revolution in France was the defeat of the Bourbon kingdom that started 1789 and ended 1799. (Google) The French Revolution was an innovative effort that affected France between

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    French Revolution In the late 1700’s‚ France went through a period of time that changed their country drastically. The French Revolution was how France changed the way their government was and how their people lived. Before the Revolution started in 1789‚ the French used a political and social system called the Old Regime. The Old Regime was the same as “Absolute power.” Absolute power is when the government controls everything that goes on. In the early 1700’s before the Revolution‚ the

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    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

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    Q. Elucidate the role played by different social groups in the French Revolution. Which group in your estimation benefitted the most from the revolutionary decade in France? The French Revolution of 1789-1799 was one of the most important events in the history of the world. The Revolution led to many changes in France‚ which at the time of the Revolution‚ was the most powerful state in Europe. The Revolution led to the development of new political forces such as democracy and nationalism. It questioned

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    Describe and Analyze How the Ideas and Objectives of the Men and Women Who Participated in the French Revolution Changed Over Time The Enlightenment of the eighteenth century inspired revolutionary ideas in France in the 1790s. During the French Revolution time‚ the rulers of the revolution‚ the bourgeois‚ promoted liberal‚ enlightened ideas like equality before the law and religious freedom. With the idea of natural rights for a couple years‚ feminists such as Mary Wollstonecraft

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    Bobbie Gasparri 10/6/09 Global 10‚ Period 2 French Revolution Inspired by the achievement of the American Revolution‚ the people of France decided to protest against the unjust monarchy and have a revolution of their own. France needed a change in leadership‚ and a shift in power in order for this revolution to be a success .Unfortunately‚ for the people to get what they needed from the government‚ they took drastic and disturbing measures to make their voices heard. Through this

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