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The peasants oppressed
Tennis Court Oath
Storming the Bastille
March to Versailles, Oct. 1789
Provinces of France
Departments of France
Flight of the Royal Family
Mob attacking the Tuileries
Death of Louis XVI
George Jacques Danton
Jacques Louis David
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The French Revolution Part 1 The Revolution Begins.
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The Revolution Begins. Long-term Causes of the French Revolution Absolutism Social structure of France Bankruptcy! Poor harvests which left peasant farmers.
The French Revolution New ideas about society and government The social contract Religious Freedom All questioned the authority and legitimacy.
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Absolute Monarchy 3 rigid classes: Estates 1 st Estate – Clergy 2 nd Estate – Nobles 3 rd Estate – Commoners.
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