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Napoleon's Effect on France

Summary: Examines the career of Napoleon Bonaparte. Argues that Napoleon was a liberator for France not a tyrant. Provides supporting evidence for that thesis.
Napoleon Bonaparte has been viewed by many through history as a tyrant when in fact he liberated France as well as other European countries. He rescued France and the French Revolution from internal disorder and exterior threats with hopes of unifying France and eventually the rest of Europe. At the turn of the nineteenth century, France was experiencing a variety of changes due to administrative inefficiency, bankruptcy, the example set by the American Revolution, its closed social structure and the Enlightenment. This period is known as the French Revolution. The Revolution changed the definition of the government of France, the French constitution, the role of the church in society and the very nature of French society itself. Through all of the political, religious, economical and social changes at the turn of the century, France was in a state of internal disorder. Furthermore, France was at war with other...

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