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5 Matching questions

  1. Plebiscite
  2. Moderates
  3. December 2, 1804
  4. January 21, 1793
  5. August, 1788
  1. a The Estates General is convoked for May 1, 1789
  2. b Those who had no extreme views regarding the Revolution.
  3. c Napoleon crowned Emperor of France
  4. d A procedure in which Napoleon submitted the constitution of his new government to the people for a vote.
  5. e Execution of Louis XVI

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Tennis Court Oath
  2. Emigrants, a constant source of trouble for France.
  3. The tactic of burning or destroying crops and everything else that might be of value to the invaders.
  4. The poorest class during the Revolution in France, led miserable and terror filled lives.
  5. Guarantees certain rights of every US citizen. Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.

5 True/False questions

  1. CounterrevolutionThe act of the army who fought against the revolutionists because they were in favor of the Old Regime.


  2. ConcordatThose who had no extreme views regarding the Revolution.


  3. EnlightenmentA time when philosophers believed they could apply the scientific method and use reason to logically explain human nature.


  4. RationalismLove of ones country rather than love of one's religion.


  5. 1774Civil Constitution of the Clergy


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