Honors Global Studies French Revolution Project

Honors Global Studies French Revolution Project
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  • Down with the Crown!
  • The French Revolution
  • A constitution with equal rights!
  • For the revolution!
  • This piece of bread cost me ten times as much!
  • My family has no food and no one has a job!
  • 50% of my income goes to the king! Injustice!
  • Illness!
  • Yum! Food!
  • Yay! No taxes!
  • I pledge my loyalty to the King!
  • The only way is through the shed of blood!
  • Come get the latest news! King Louis the XVI has abondoned us!
  • The queen is hoarding flour all to herself!
  • It's the French Revolution, I think the title is self explanatory. Paden Christian Period 6 February 15, 2019
  • Get the king and queen!!!!!!
  • She has grain!
  • Equality! Fight on!
  • Down with the crown!
  • Get the grain!
  • While the wealthy first and second estate lived a life of luxury with food and paying either no or minimal taxes the third estate, made of primarily peasants, were left to starve and be over worked with inequality. The unequal treatment of the third estate leads to a New France, starting with a revolution.
  • AAAAHHH!
  • Marat was a key person to the French Revolution. He helped spread the news of the king and queen, with both true and false information. He also claimed the only way to get equality and to have the upper estates to listen and maintain order was through violence and the shed of blood.
  • Equality for all!
  • A new consitution!
  • Votes for women!
  • The women played multiple roles in the revolution including organizing a mob going to Versailles. They took the flour or grain from the castle and got the king and queen to move to Paris through force. Aside from women being activists, one named Charlotte Corday killed Marat in his bathtub because she was appalled by his violent behavior and causing such turmoil. The women too had jobs and provided for their family and raised their children.
  • Get the king and queen!!!!!!
  • Aaaaah!!!
  • This scene shows the third estate tearing apart the Bastille down with there bare hands. This is an example of mob mentality because it was when people were more influenced by their peers behavior of violence rather then using their own logic. Other examples of this were when people supported the violence of hundreds upon hundreds of beheading by guillotine each month and when people would behead the upper class by hand and stick their heads on pikes.
  • Tear it apart!!!!!!
  • During this time, though it was a time of change there was also enlightenment happening. Robespierre, a wealthy third estate or Bourgeoisie, was ahead of his time and advocated and suggested their to be suffrage for all, not just for wealthy Caucasian men. He also was a activist and was know to be the "voice of the people" and also advocated the idea of equality within the revolution.
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