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French Revolution

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Brian Roberts

on 2 February 2016

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Transcript of French Revolution

Impact of the Revolution
It challenged the idea of the divine right of kings and the privileges of the nobility in Europe.
It stood for democratic government and social equality. Political power in France shifted from the king and his nobles to the bourgeois class.
It removed feudal restrictions from France, clearing the way for the creation of a modern capitalist economy.
Both American and French Revolutions served as models for citizens in other countries seeking political change.
Congress of Vienna
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