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French Revolution

Summary: The French Revolution had been a time in France when great changes came about. The French did have many successes that aided in the expansion of human freedom. Those successes helped achieve equality for all people in different groups in France.
The French Revolution was a time for expansion in human freedom. It was a way for the French to re-invent their government to give some sort of equality for their people. There were many successes the French Revolution made, such as creating public schools for children and making it mandatory for them to attend. The French Revolution had the intentions to create a better government and lifestyle for their people, such as Jacobins who believed in the poor having their turn to rule. Though, others opposed the ideas of the revolution. Those people did not go unpunished by their beliefs. This was known as the Reign of Terror, which was not completely necessary for their society.

The French Revolution was held in order to stop the oppression of the third estate. The third estate was made up of almost more than half of the French society. It was...

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