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Timeline
The Three Estates
What Caused the National Assembly?
The National Assembly
Tennis Court Oath
The Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen
Leftists
Center
Influence of Enlightenment thinkers
Unequal taxes
Large National Debt
Excessive government spending
Causes
Rightists
The Great Fear
By Lindy Wandel, Rose Cohen-Sandler and Catherine Liang
Basilique du Sacré-Cœur
Traditional
Liked Monarchy
Radical
Wanted
immediate
change
Used Violence
Causes
Abbe Sieyes
Destruction of the Old Regime
Women March on Versailles
The Constitution of 1791
The Division of France
The Flight to Varennes
National Assembly vs Legislative Assembly
"What is the Third Estate?"
"The third estate is everything."
1789-1792
first two classes exempt from
taille
The abolition of the feudal rights of nobles in society
August 4, 1789
Parisian women storm the streets of Versailles demanding bread
Constitution of 1958
Constitutional Monarchy: to limit the power of the king
Major Documents
Effects of the Assembly
John Locke
1789: eighty-three departments
King Louis XVI tries to flee France with his family but is caught
1789
"These rights are liberty, property, security, and resistance to oppression."
Nobles and high clerics
Property-owning, experienced lawyers
October 1791
Life, Liberty, Property
June 20, 1789-Tennis Court Oath
Summer 1789- The Great Fear
August 26, 1789
The Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen
October 5-6, 1789 Women's March to Versailles
August 4, 1789
Destruction of the Old Regime
June 20-21, 1789
Flight to Varennes
Constitution of the Fifth Republic
High, Constitutional,Economic, and Social Council.
Court Decision/Case Laws
Civil Code/Code de Commerce
Regulations/Treaties
Works Cited

"The Constitution of 1791." History Whiz. N.p., n.d. Google. Web. 7 Oct. 2014.

"Dear Abbe: Emmanuel Joseph Sieyes." Marie Antoinette and the French Revolution.
Ed. David

Grubin. PBS, 13 Sept. 2006. Web. 7 Oct. 2014.

Encyclopedia Britannica. N.p., 29 Jan. 14. Google. Web. 2 Oct. 2014.

"The Great Fear." Alpha History. n.d. Web. 7 Oct. 2014.

Spievogel, Jackson J. Western Civilization. 6th ed. Toronto: Thomas

Wadsworth, 2006. Print.

Timetoast. N.p., n.d. Google. Web. 2 Oct. 2014.

Wolffs, William “Law Library” French Legal Research, 12 Dec. 2010. Web. 09 Oct. 2014
“The French Revolution: National Assembly. “Timetoast” Web. 09 Oct. 2014.
“National Assembly (French Revolution.” Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 10 July 2014.
Web. O8 Oct. 2014
“French Law Guide.” French Law Guide, 30 July 2009. Web. 09 Oct. 2014
Spievogel, Jackson J. Western Civilization. 6th ed. Toronto: Thomas Wadsworth, 2006. Print.
Born May 3, 1748
1789-1791
Constituent Assembly
October 5, 1789
745 representatives
Legislative Assembly
1789
June 1791
June 29, 1789
Summer 1789
Spark of the National Assembly
Liberty, Equality, and Brotherhood
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