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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. What are the four categories of underlying causes?
  2. What were the underlying political causes of the French Rev.?
  3. Bossuet
  4. What are cahiers?
  5. What is the taxation system?
  1. a Notebooks of grievances given to the king brought by the third estate to the estates-general meeting
  2. b Marie and Louis were incompetent rulers
  3. c Political, intellectual, economic, and social
  4. d came up with theory of government was The Divine Right of Kings. Theory of government before the French Rev.
  5. e The 3rd Estate pays close to 50% of their income to the 1st estate: in tithes and other taxes from food, clothing, etc.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. There was a shift from estates to classes. You can change classes but you cannot change estates. The middle class began to rise and wanted more rights
  2. Trianon
  3. She never said it, they were just rumors
  4. He thought the world would be better without it. He said "religion is nothing but mere superstition"
  5. During the meeting of the Estates-General, the 3rd estate was locked out by the king from the meeting. They went to a tennis court and pledged they would be loyal to the National Assembly, and they wouldn't break their group until they created a new constitution

5 True/False questions

  1. What are tithes?People who give 10% of their income to the 1st estate (clergy)

          

  2. How does Deism relate to the Enlightenment?They both believe in reason, rationality, logic, etc.

          

  3. How did the French Rev. represent the transition to the modern world (4+ ways)?There was a shift from loyalty to king to loyalty to nation (nationalism), capitalism replaces feudalism, there was a shift from estates to classes, everything was being based of of logic and reason...

          

  4. Who said "the power is absolute"?Bishop Boussett

          

  5. Name three(+) people in the EnlightenmentThey both believe in reason, rationality, logic, etc.

          

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