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The French Revolution

Summary: France was very powerful and the most influential country of Western Europe. The violent changes that took place during the French Revolution affected most of the European people. The Revolution started a new era in European history. It was called the modern era.
The French Revolution

The French Revolution was a series of flaws in France between 1789 and 1799 that over threw it's whole structure such as the countries traditional institutions of Monarchy, Aristocracy, and church.

France was very powerful and the most influential country of Western Europe. The violent changes that took place during the French Revolution affected most of the European people. The Revolution started a new era in European history. It was called the modern era. The Revolution affected all of European civilization. The American Revolution was also a part of this, so it also had affected them. They thought this was both undemocratic and aristocratic. Specially privileged classes of landowners, clergy, and office holders had entrended themselves in power in a variety of different institutions. Monarchs ruled through the privileged classes then had to pay the price of respecting and widening their privileges.

In the 1770's the...

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