French & Haitian Revolutions

French & Haitian Revolutions
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  • The lower class had no representation in the government. Only nobles and clergy had a say while peasants were overworked.
  • French Revolution: Motive
  • The 3rd estate protested the government. They made the Tennis Court Oath, showing they wouldn't stop until they get a new constitution.
  • Haitian Revolution: Method
  • French Revolution: Method
  • Tennis Court Oath
  • French Revolution: Change
  • The 3rd Estate sought equality and more rights.
  • Haitian Revolution: Change
  • Haitian Revolution: Motive
  • Slaves labored away on plantations and suffered from racial inequality. They wanted rights.
  • The slaves revolted on their owners and instituted their own government. They built up an army and fought for freedom.
  • The slaves wanted freedom from oppression and the endless and cruel labor they did daily. They also wanted a government that respected them.
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