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Stages of The French Revolution : Western Civilization II Guides

the stages of the french revolution

The French Revolution was a time when poverty stricken peasants rebelled against the affluent class of the French royalty. This inquiry gives students an entry point into thinking like historians about the French Revolution. Is force made only to protect crime? This started to make the people believe that Robespierre thought that he was the king. The wealth gap between the rich and poor are getting wider and wider, and this is one of the causes of the French Revolution. Same as the 1st estate, they do not need to pay tax, but they tax the poor.


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French Revolution

the stages of the french revolution

The new constitutional monarchy favored the wealthy middle class or the bourgeoisie who controlled the government as active citizens. However, he was dismissed in 1789 by the king, and this made the people angry. At the time the bastille was being used by the royal family as a prison. What was the relationship between the French Revolution and the Haitian one? Hazan it this way: The storming of the Bastille is the most famous event in the French Revolution, and has moreover become its symbol throughout the world. That challenge was met with equivocation by a king who was indecisive, inadequate rather than cruel, a ruler who was, moreover, supported by courtiers who did not generally appreciate that times were changing. Also, 'revolutions end in a return to an equilibrium. But there were rumblings of resistance, in the cities as well as the countryside.

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The Anatomy of Revolution

the stages of the french revolution

They brought pikes with them, and there were thousands of people. For the sans-culottes, demanding lower food prices — not higher wages — was the intuitive response to the transition to wage labor. The new secular state, which the Revolution defined, created a community ambivalent in purpose: first, the state was in theory designed to serve the individual, to assure his rights; second, the individual was to serve the state, to defend it, uphold its ideals. Though historian tried to make the case that the sans-culottes were a peculiar kind of proletariat — as socialist Jean Jaurés — this category makes little sense in the context of eighteenth-century French society. With the benefit of hindsight, Engels in a letter to Marx in 1870 that: These perpetual little panics of the French — which all arise from fear of the moment when they will really have to learn the truth — give one a much better idea of the Reign of Terror. Adolescent students are quite concerned with challenging authority and establishing their independence within the world; the concept of revolution brings those two concerns to their most world-altering levels. During the five years of push-pull between the forces of reaction and the will of the revolutionaries, common people experienced great hardship, but also the largely unprecedented opportunity to intervene in matters of national politics and disrupt the exploitative power relationships that defined their lives.


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The Seven Stages

the stages of the french revolution

By the summer of 1794 — five years after the summer of unrest that saw the convening of the Estates-General, the formation of the National Assembly, and the storming of the Bastille — the revolution was fragmented and Robespierre was increasingly isolated, left to occupy a left flank of the revolutionary leadership that was largely devoid of allies or support. It is natural for the petty bourgeoisie to dread it. The country nearly went bankrupt after losing wars, and the poor were taxed heavily. It has been said that terror is the principle of despotic government. Parisian women from the market district, infuriated by the unreasonable price of bread and the unwillingness of the king to cooperate with the people's demands, marched to Versailles on October 5 and demanded that they be heard. In France created an empire p.

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French Revolution

the stages of the french revolution

The young Lieutenant Napoleon Bonaparte and his country were in the middle of a revolution that events and historians would later divide into stages or phases. The French Revolution was a revolt initiated and carried out by the peasants of France against the aristocrats and clergy of France, which spread throughout the entire country of France and even seeped into other parts of Europe. The idea of enlightenment quickly spread to France, causing the age of enlightenment in France to start. The National Assembly issued the Declaration of the Rights of Man and created the Constitution of 1791. Even the christian calendar was removed, and there was a new calendar.

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4 STAGES OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION by Morgan Bennett on Prezi

the stages of the french revolution

So the serfs turned against the government thus star … ting the revolution. Revised editions of Brinton's book were published in 1952 and 1965, and it remains in print. Today people all over the world celebrate the 1789 storming of the Bastille Saint-Antoine — a dramatic popular rebellion that sparked the French Revolution. The revolutions' enemies and supporters disagree over whether plots and manipulation by revolutionists, or the corruption and tyranny of the old regime are responsible for the old regime's fall. Since there were numerous oppositions the constitution from king on one side and the radicals on the other, the legislative assembly was in deadlock.

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3 Stages of the French Revolution by Ms Lewis on Prezi

the stages of the french revolution

They were the only ones who had voting rights. The key word is, of course, masses. The first swellings of discontent lasted from 1787 to 1789, culminating in an insurrection against the monarchy. June 26, 1794: French victory over Austrians at Fleurus Belgium. The Revolution interrupted the smallest daily routine, just as it overthrew the most powerful example of the Old Regime. These revolutionists have hitherto been acting as an organized and nearly unanimous group, but with the attainment of power it is clear that they are not united.

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3 Stages of the French Revolution by Ms Lewis on Prezi

the stages of the french revolution

Mort aux tyrans, paix aux chaumines. After his arrest, he was freed by his supporters, but the national guards quickly recaptures him. Initially Napoleon agreed he would stay in power for ten years, however by 1802 the nation decided he would stay for life. Napoleon modernized Europe along Enlightenment principles, but many people also began to resent his power. The revolution was in many respects defeated — though its memories still motivated democratic like the worker-led Paris Commune decades later. The king and queen could not escape, and the only way for them to survive was to agree to move back to Paris. This ensured that freedom of speech, religion freedom and a representative government would always be maintained in society, which was a significant improvement from the substandard living conditions of the Third Estate.

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