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      • First published in the Norton Library, 1970.Bibliographical references included in Notes (p. 288-318)

        StatementW. W. Norton
        PublishersW. W. Norton
        LC Classifications1970
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        Paginationxvi, 61 p. :
        Number of Pages80
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        ISBN 10nodata

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Even so there were many deep results in terms of political ideas and institutions. A response to the Great Fear was the abolition of feudalism on August 5, 1789. France, 1789-1815: Revolution and Counterrevolution. The three main causes of French revolution are as follows: 1.

Specifically, the writings of John Locke, Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Baron de Montesquieu greatly influenced the revolutionaries in France. Again, this idea caused French citizens to begin to question the authority of their own king and to begin to think of other ways of government. The result was glory for France, and an infusion of much needed money from the conquered lands, which also provided direct support to the French Army.

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Causes of the French Revolution

In France, philosophes such as Voltaire promoted the ideology of individual liberty, but Voltaire was far from becoming a democrat. Those on the side of the prosecution can be further divided into advocates for the general will and those who support the trial because of political necessity. The political tension was a conflict between the Monarchy and the nobility over the reformation of their tax system which led to paralysis and bankruptcy.

One argument, which certainly contemporaries believed, was that the Parlement's decision was part of an aristocratic reaction to prevent the Third Estate from having a legitimate voice.

In learning more about the crisis and recognizing that the two other Estates could easily place the burden of solving the crisis on the commoners through taxes, the Third Estate formed their own National Assembly.