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This refers to the nobles who fled France but still hoped to restore the monarchy.
a) Vichy regime
b) sans-culottes
c) emigres
d) les vieux des villages

This describes the most radical members of the Legislative Assembly.
a) left-wing
b) right-wing
c) moderate
d) monarchists

This radical revolutionary was fatally stabbed by another revolutionary.
a) Georges Danton
b) Jean-Paul Murat
c) Olympe de Gouges
d) Louis XVI

This person wrote a strong response to A Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen because it did not give the same rights to women that it gave to men.
a) Marie Antoinette
b) Olympe de Gouges
c) Marie-Louise Bonaparte
d) Josephine Bonaparte

Just before being beheaded, this person suggested that his severed head would be well worth seeing.
a) Georges Danton
b) Jean-Paul Murat
c) Olympe de Gouges
d) Louis XVI

Which of the following was an important goal of the Congress of Vienna?
a) to destroy France
b) to execute Napoleon by guillotine
c) to establish a balance of power in Europe
d) to establish Vienna as the new capital of Europe

Which of the following was NOT a reason for Napoleon to sell the Louisiana Territory?
a) to raise money
b) to cut his losses in America
c) to punish the sugar growers in Saint Domingue
d) to increase America's power as a British rival

Why did the National Assembly lose the support of many French peasants?
a) It taxed the bourgeoisie.
b) It made peasants and noblemen equals.
c) It adopted A Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen.
d) It took away the Catholic Church's lands and independence.

Who was the most influential leader at the Congress of Vienna?
a) Czar Alexander I of Russia
b) Emperor Francis I of Austria
c) King Frederick William III of Prussia
d) Prince Klemens von Metternich of Austria

Which of the following is an accurate description of the tax system in France in the years preceding the French Revolution?
a) Only peasants and the clergy paid taxes.
b) Only about 2 percent of the nobility paid any taxes.
c) The nobility paid taxes only on land, not on income.
d) The members of the Third Estate paid almost all of the taxes.

Which of the following traits did Napoleon NOT possess?
a) courage
b) humility
c) a brilliant military mind
d) an ability to inspire others

Which of the following did Napoleon NOT accomplish?
a) a uniform set of laws
b) a stabilization of the economy
c) an expansion of freedom of speech
d) an equal-opportunity public education system

Which goal was NOT stated in the slogan of the Revolution?
a) liberty
b) equality
c) justice
d) brotherhood

Which group finally forced Robespierre from power?
a) royalists
b) peasants
c) clergy
d) fellow revolutionaries

Which group imposed the Reign of Terror?
a) the Second Coalition
b) the Committee of Public Safety
c) the National Assembly
d) the king's Swiss Guard

Which group most strongly embraced the ideals and principles of the Enlightenment?
a) nobility
b) bourgeoisie
c) peasants
d) urban class

Which document stated that men are born and remain free and equal in rights?
a) Holy Alliance
b) Declaration of the Rights of Man
c) Declaration of Independence
d) Napoleonic Code

What was one important effect resulting from the political changes made at the Congress of Vienna?
a) Russia and Prussia joined forces to control France.
b) Nationalistic feelings grew in countries placed under foreign rule.
c) Monarchs in Austria, Russia, and Prussia agreed to share power with elected officials.
d) France managed to retain control over the Netherlands.

What was the main goal of the participants in the Congress of Vienna?
a) to create constitutional monarchies in Europe
b) to restore royal families to the thrones of Europe
c) to establish security and stability for the nations of Europe
d) to prevent nations outside Europe from interfering in European affairs

About what percentage of France's population belonged to the Third Estate?
a) 1
b) 10
c) 50
d) 98

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