5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Second Estate
- Coup d'état
- Popular Sovereignty
- a Seizure of power by force.
- b A time after the Napoleonic era where those in power wanted to return to the conditions of an earlier period. Led by Reactionaries.
- c City dwelling middle class. Professional people.
- d Just laws and wise governments must be created by and subject to the will of the people.
- e The nobility. 2% of the population.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Civil Constitution of the Clergy
- Enforces the laws. The president.
- Storming of the Bastille
- Tennis Court Oath
- An agreement between the people and Napoleon (1801), in which the Catholic religion was recognized as the religion of most French citizens, but did not abolish the religious toleration guaranteed by the Declaration of the Rights of Man.
5 True/False Questions
Nationalism → Love of ones country rather than love of one's religion.
August, 1788 → The Estates General is convoked for May 1, 1789
May 3, 1803 → Louis XVIII enters Paris (Bourbon dynasty restored)
1774 → Civil Constitution of the Clergy
Radicals → The belief that truth can be arrived at solely by reason and logical thinking.