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*Which American was most influenced by Locke’s ideas? *What was the major impact of the American Revolution on Europe?
Anatomy of a Revolution ideal problem chaos ?
Ch.7 - SECTION 1 Why can the Ancien Regime system be called “unbalanced”?
How did ideas AND circumstances combine to create instability in France?
How did the French monarchy exacerbate the situation?
How /why did the Third Estate develop into the National Assembly?
What were the first acts of the Revolution?
How did rumor fan the flames of the Revolution?
What event signaled the beginning of radical change?
Ch.7 - SECTION 2 How did fear influence the first two estates?
Describe the document that is the crowning achievement of the National Assembly.
How did the issue of religion begin to drive a wedge in the Revolution?
How did Louis XVI seal his fate?
Describe the new structure of the Legislative Assembly and the factions within it. LEFTCENTERRIGHT
How/why did war break out?
Describe the September massacres.
What new government comes out of this turmoil?
Who are the Jacobins and what do they promote in the National Convention?
How does the National Convention conduct the war?
What was the Committee of Public Safety?
How does the Reign of Terror begin and how does it develop?
How does the terror end?
How does the government change after the terror?
Ch.7 - SECTION 3 How did Napoleon take full advantage of the events of the French Revolution to gain control of the government?
Why can Napoleon be considered a legitimate ruler and not someone who steals power?
How did Napoleon create stability in the economy, government, religion, and society?
Is Napoleon closer to a man of the Enlightenment or an absolute monarch?
How does Napoleon fare in the western hemisphere?
What is a “Coalition”? Who made up the Third Coalition?
List as many of Napoleon’s imperial successes and failures as you can.
Why would the height of Napoleon’s empire only last for five years?
Ch.7 - SECTION 4 How did Napoleon’s personality help cause his downfall?
Describe Napoleon’s first blunder.
Describe Napoleon’s second blunder.
Describe Napoleon’s third, and most devastating, blunder.
Who made up the Fourth Coalition?
How does Napoleon’s Empire crumble?
Describe Napoleon’s “comeback” and the Hundred Days.
Was Napoleon a positive or a negative force?
Ch.7 - SECTION 5 Europe, Europe sat on a wall. Europe, Europe had a great fall. All the king’s diplomats and all the king’s men, could they put Europe together again?
Which individual dominated the Congress of Vienna?
What were the three main goals of the Congress of Vienna?
Why wasn’t France treated too harshly?
What was the major difference between West and East Europe after the Congress of Vienna?
Which political ideology controlled all of Europe during these years?
What was the purpose of the Holy Alliance and the Concert of Europe?
Why can the Congress of Vienna be considered a success?
Why can the Congress of Vienna be considered a failure? NATIONALISM REVOLUTION
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