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The French Revolution

Summary: The following provides a basic examination of the French Revolution.
There have been many examples in the history of man in which the environment under a certain government has limited the economic and social abilities of the general population. In this type of circumstance, it is common for the oppressed population to try and improve their situation by beginning a campaign to take down the oppressive government. Many of these revolutions have been successful, but not all have improved the general living quality of the masses. A fine example of a successful revolution that, to an extent, backfired is the French revolution.

The causes of the French revolution fits the usual pattern found in many of the past revolutions. The masses were severely limited economically due to the oppression of the French monarchy. As history has shown, Louise was totally out of touch with the needs of his people. He pursued his own expensive fancies, without a...

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