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Nationalism
a) the amount by which expenses exceed income b) Government ruled by elected representatives instead of a monarchy c) Strong feeling of pride in and devotion to one’s country d) the elected legislature in France during the first part of the French Revolution
Patriot
a) supporters of the sans-culottes, extreme radicals, led by Maximillien Robespierre b) someone who supported the 13 colonies during the Revolutionary War c) forced removal from one’s native country d) the overthrow of a government by those who are governed
Loyalist
a) social class made up of clergy members (church leaders) b) working class men and women who pushed the revolutionaries to demand a republic c) someone who remained loyal to England and the King during the Revolutionary War d) a person given the power to act on behalf of others
Deficit
a) the amount by which expenses exceed income b) the middle class, between aristocrats and workers c) working class men and women who pushed the revolutionaries to demand a republic d) sudden overthrow of the government leaders by a small group
Absolute Monarchy
a) one of three distinct social classes in France during the 1700s: clergy, nobility, and commoners b) a king or queen who rules with unlimited power c) young French General who overthrew the Directory and named himself Emperor of France d) someone who remained loyal to England and the King during the Revolutionary War
Reign of Terror
a) a working class men and promise that the National Assembly would not disband until a constitution for France had been created b) French revolutionary leader, leader of the Jacobins and architect of the Reign of Terror c) used to kill traitors during the reign of terror, created equality because everyone died a painless death d) Time period from September 1793 to July 1794 revolutionary courts conducted hasty trials and executions of thousands of suppo
Republic
a) Government ruled by elected representatives instead of a monarchy b) sudden overthrow of the government leaders by a small group c) political philosophy that promotes social change and individual freedoms d) a person given the power to act on behalf of others
Estates
a) social class made up of clergy members (church leaders) b) social class made up of nobles (someone distinguish by rank or title) c) social class made up of middle class and peasants d) one of three distinct social classes in France during the 1700s: clergy, nobility, and commoners
1st Estate
a) social class made up of middle class and peasants b) social class made up of clergy members (church leaders) c) one of three distinct social classes in France during the 1700s: clergy, nobility, and commoners d) social class made up of middle class and peasants
2nd Estate
a) one of three distinct social classes in France during the 1700s: clergy, nobility, and commoners b) social class made up of clergy members (church leaders) c) social class made up of middle class and peasants d) social class made up of nobles (someone distinguish by rank or title)
3rd Estate
a) one of three distinct social classes in France during the 1700s: clergy, nobility, and commoners b) social class made up of nobles (someone distinguish by rank or title) c) social class made up of middle class and peasants d) social class made up of clergy members (church leaders)
Delegate
a) the elected legislature in France during the first part of the French Revolution b) a two house legislature, used the military to take down uprisings c) a promise that the National Assembly would not disband until a constitution for France had been created d) a person given the power to act on behalf of others
Napoleon Bonaparte
a) French revolutionary leader, leader of the Jacobins and architect of the Reign of Terror b) young French General who overthrew the Directory and named himself Emperor of France c) King of France from 1774-1791 d) a person given the power to act on behalf of others
Sans-Culottes
a) a member of a ruling class or of the nobility b) supporters of the sans-culottes, extreme radicals, led by Maximillien Robespierre c) working class men and women who pushed the revolutionaries to demand a republic d) government headed by a ruler with absolute authority
National Assembly
a) the elected legislature in France during the first part of the French Revolution b) the overthrow of a government by those who are governed c) political philosophy that promotes social change and individual freedoms d) a person given the power to act on behalf of others
Tennis Court Oath
a) a 10 percent tax on income paid to the clergy b) government headed by a ruler with absolute authority c) a promise that the National Assembly would not disband until a constitution for France had been created d) Government ruled by elected representatives instead of a monarchy
Versailles
a) palace of the king and queen of France b) working class men and women who pushed the revolutionaries to demand a republic c) a two house legislature, used the military to take down uprisings d) forced removal from one’s native country
Bourgeoisie
a) the middle class, between aristocrats and workers b) social class made up of clergy members (church leaders) c) social class made up of middle class and peasants d) working class men and women who pushed the revolutionaries to demand a republic
Aristocrat
a) the middle class, between aristocrats and workers b) supporters of the sans-culottes, extreme radicals, led by Maximillien Robespierre c) one of three distinct social classes in France during the 1700s: clergy, nobility, and commoners d) a member of a ruling class or of the nobility
Bastille
a) palace of the king and queen of France b) forced removal from one’s native country c) medieval French prison d) someone who remained loyal to England and the King during the Revolutionary War
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