A long eve of Revolution

A long eve of Revolution

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Ryo Rachsingharn

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  • Long term causes of the Revolution
  • Political Crisis Leads to Revolt
  • The National Assembly Acts
  • On July 14, a massive group of Parisians approximately 800 people grouped right outside of the Bastille. The Bastille was a symbol to the people of France that they abused the power of monarchy.
  • The Declaration of the Rights Man
  • The political crisis of 1789 coincided with the worst famine in memory. Starving peasants roamed the countryside or flocked to towns, where they swelled the ranks of the unemployed
  • Woman fight for their independence
  • Peasant uprisings and the storming of the Bastille stampeded the National Assembly into action
  • The Constitution of 1791
  • In late August, as a first step toward writing a constitution, the Assembly issued the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen
  • Approximately about 13,000 women traveled from Paris all the way to Versailles to fight against the King and Queen about their monarchy.
  • The constitution of 1791 was accomplished after defeating the monarchy of the Kings and Queens by the citizens.
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