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  • The time of death and sufferers  
  • Introduction 
  • The french revolution started 1789 and ended 1799.The French Revolution was a period of far-reaching social and political upheaval in France and its colonies During this period, French citizens razed and redesigned their country’s political landscape, uprooting centuries-old institutions such as absolute monarchy and the feudal system. 
  • The meeting of the estates- General 
  • we are the people and we are very upset  with the second estate 
  • The taxes are too high 
  • oh, that's a great idea 
  • By:Trisanya Chapman
  • The tennis court oath
  • why don't we change the laws 
  • Down with king 
  • Welcome to the introduction
  • The storming of Bastille 
  • For too long, the first two estates were very rude and very immoral to the poor (third estate). france’s population had changed considerably since 1614. The non-aristocratic members of the Third Estate now represented 98 percent of the people but could still be outvoted by the other two bodies.  
  • The march on Versailles 
  • By the time the Estates-General convened at Versailles, the highly public debate over its voting process had erupted into hostility between the three orders, eclipsing the original purpose of the meeting and the authority of the man who had convened it.
  • Though enthusiastic about the recent breakdown of royal power, Parisians grew panicked as rumors of an impending military coup began to circulate. A popular insurgency culminated on July 14 when rioters stormed the Bastille fortress in an attempt to secure gunpowder and weapons; many consider this event, now commemorated in France as a national holiday, as the start of the French Revolution.
  • This community is on its ground an no one is doing anything 
  • On August 4, the Assembly adopted the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen (Déclaration des droits de l’homme et du citoyen), a statement of democratic principles grounded in the philosophical and political ideas of Enlightenment thinkers like Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
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