The Storming of the Bastille
The Declaration of the Rights of Man
The riots of 1791
War with Austria/Prussia
Eliminate feudal dues.
Increase the influence of the peasants.
Raise taxes to pay off growing debt.
Protect the privileges of the First and Second Estates
A group of moderates known as Girondists.
King Louis XVI.
Representatives of the Third Estate.
That the Third Estate would never belong to a Tennis club
That all tennis bracelets in France should be destroyed
That the Third Estate/National Assembly would remain together until a Constitution was written
That King Louis XVI should die
Supporting the Revolution
Declaring the National Assembly unconstitutional
Declaring war on Austria
Trying to escape France
Nobles demanding greater privileges.
Peasants demanding voting rights.
Soldiers demanding higher wages.
Women demanding bread.
A smaller tax burden than the other estates.
A voice in government equal to that of the First and Second Estates.
Greater political influence than the clergy.
A high tax burden and little political power.
The Third Estate
The First Estate
The Second Estate
The storming of the Bastille.
The Great Fear.
The Reign of Terror.
The Long March.
Financial crisis in France
The lavish spending of Louis XVI and Marie Antionette
The inequality of the Estate system
All of the above
The Gang of Twelve
The Committee of Public Safety
He was executed following a failed suicide attempt
He escaped to Austria where he lived in exhile
He died of a heart attack on the floor of the National Assembly
None of the above
The theory of divine right of kings
The theory of the Mandate of Heaven
The ideas of the Enlightenment
None of the above
The Congress of France
The National Assembly
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