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The French Revolution: The Causes Of The French Revolution

The French revolution was a time where political and social chaos took place from 1789 until 1799, it was also the first nationalistic movement that accepted the ideologies of liberty, equality, and brotherhood. The french revolution gave people a new way of thinking to abandon the idea of divine rights and slavery. The french revolution triggered a global decline in absolute monarchies and replaced them with mostly democracies and republics. The causes of the french revolution could have been for many reasons including the Enlightenment, anglophile feeling in france, and the american revolution, however the revolution has definitely took place because of the lack of change in the french system. The first stage of the revolution was Louis XVI clining to absolution with no good response to the poor’s problems leading to there being…show more content…
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The French Revolution obviously had a major impact on Europe and the rest of the World. France lost many of its people trying to escape political tensions and save their lives. A number of individuals settled in the neighboring countries mainly (Great Britain, Germany, Austria, and Prussia), however quite a few also went to the United States.
The French revolution was good because it displaced many Frenchmen which led to a spread of French culture, policies regulating immigration. The impact this had on France was overwhelming, because it shaped politics, society, religion and new ideologies. The closer the countries were to france, the greater and deeper was the French impact, bringing liberalism and the end of many feudal or traditional laws and practices. However, the negative effects of the revolution were a conservative counter-reaction that defeated Napoleon, The reinstalled the Bourbon kings, and the reverse of some new

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