The Declaration of Rights of Man and Citizen

The Declaration of Rights of Man and Citizen
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  • Between August 20 and 26, 1789 the National Assembly of France wrote the Constitution of Rights of Man and Citizen.
  • We are here today to sign the Declartion of Rights of Man and Citizen.
  • The Constitution of Rights of Man and Citizen was based on core democratic values along with other principles.
  • This declaration will bring democracy to France.
  • The Constitution of Rights of Man and Citizen
  • The Constitution of Rights of Man and Citizen drew from elements of ideas from the Age of Enlightenment, Individualism, and John Locke's Social Contract Philosophy. 
  • We will draw from three main places of influence. 
  • The Constitution of Rights of Man and Citizen
  • The Constitution of Rights of Man and Citizen greatly limited the power the king had to tax and make orders upon the people.
  • This declaration will also largely limit the power of the king.
  • The Constitution of Rights of Man and Citizen
  • The Constitution of Rights of Man and Citizen would later influence other constitutions made throughout Europe and even the United States Constitution.
  • The Constitution was passed on August 26, 1789. The King would later sign it in October of that year.
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