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Chapter20 True/FalseChapter20 True/False
The Third Estate proclaimed themselves a legislature called the National Assembly
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Unit Four: The Age of Revolution in the Atlantic World World History 10Unit Four: The Age of Revolution in the Atlantic World World History 10
These events and ideologies literally revolutionized government in the Atlantic world, setting the state for the spread of democracy and liberalism around the world in the 19th and 20th centuries
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Historical ContextHistorical Context
French people-especially those of the Third Estate. The ideas of the philosophers of the Enlightenment brought new ideas about the role of government and powers guaranteed to citizens
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Instructional objectivesInstructional objectives
Understand the economic and ideological causes of the American, the French, and the Haitian Revolutions
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November 9, 2012 As #10: Writing with Documents—Revolutions Document Based Questions QuestionNovember 9, 2012 As #10: Writing with Documents—Revolutions Document Based Questions Question
Question: Using the provided documents, explain how the causes of revolution were similar and different in two of the following revolutions: English Revolution, American Revolution, French Revolution, Haitian Revolution, Mexican Revolution
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The french revolution chapter summaryThe french revolution chapter summary
It then describes the revolution of 1789 and the reconstruction of French government as a constitutional monarchy, the second revolution that began in 1792, the foreign wars that France started in that year
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Greenstone/Hannigan Honors World HistoryGreenstone/Hannigan Honors World History
Tennis Court Oath, the Woman's March On Versailles and the Fall of the Bastille into chronological order. Accordingly, you should study your Chronology and the order in which events occurred to know how one led to the next
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Global 2 Honors Mr. Doran The French Revolution OutlineGlobal 2 Honors Mr. Doran The French Revolution Outline
Enlightenment. The Revolution also led to a 25 year period of war and conflict in Europe, a period that was both destructive and innovatory. In this section you should
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Unit Description Unit RationaleUnit Description Unit Rationale
The activities within this unit will describe the events and people who had an impact on social, political and economic change during the period under study
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Setting the stage: background to the renaissanceSetting the stage: background to the renaissance
This brief summary will address the more important concepts, developments, ideas, and events that took place in the time of before the Renaissance era. You may use your textbook and other provided resources to supplement this summary
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Long-term Causes of the French RevolutionLong-term Causes of the French Revolution
The wide social and economic gap between ordinary citizens (known as the Third Estate) and the country’s elite, the Catholic clergy (First Estate) and aristocracy
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The Bastille: a symbol of the French Revolution Andrew SmeathersThe Bastille: a symbol of the French Revolution Andrew Smeathers
July 1789, the French citizens overthrew the guards and leaders of the Bastille in Paris, France. This radical decision was more than an attack against the government during the French Revolution
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The July Crisis Producto de B. Arthur Hecho en eeuu round 6 TossupsThe July Crisis Producto de B. Arthur Hecho en eeuu round 6 Tossups
Jianwen Emperor, dispatched several naval expeditions led by the Hui eunuch Zheng Ho and began construction of the Forbidden City
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Quiz over terms onQuiz over terms on
A type of government in which the monarch has “absolute” control. The monarch is the sovereign authority and prefers not to share power. Absolute monarchs typically justified their power using divine right
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Absolutism: Derived from the traditional assumption of power (e g. heirs to the throne) and the belief in “divine right of kings”Absolutism: Derived from the traditional assumption of power (e g. heirs to the throne) and the belief in “divine right of kings”
Derived from the traditional assumption of power (e g heirs to the throne) and the belief in “divine right of kings”
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