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  1. Thommas Paine
  2. Estates General
  3. Lettre de cachet
  4. Assembly of Notables
  5. Third Estate
  1. a summoned by Louis XVI in hoping that they would either approve the king's new tax program or consent to remove their tax exemptions
  2. b governement could imprison anyone without charges or trial
  3. c feudal assembly that represented the three estates
  4. d consisted of merchants, middles class, artistans, unskilled workers, and the peasants that made up 95% of the population, owned 50% of the land and paid 100% of the taxes
  5. e responded to Burke's arguement by defending Enlightenment principles; wrote "Rights of Man"

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. each estate was instructed to compile a list of suggestions and grievances and present them to the king
  2. the National Assembly divided France into these that were governed by elected officials
  3. revolutionary municipal government set up in Paris which effectively usurped the power of the Legislative Assembly
  4. radical republicans made up of the urban class led by Danton and Robspierre
  5. a planned economy to respond to food shortages and related economic problems

5 True/False Questions

  1. Corveeradical working class leaders of Paris


  2. "Levee en masse"second phase of the French Revolution-Republic, execution of Louis, Committee of Public Safety, Regin of Terror, Termidorian Rebellion, Directory


  3. National ConventionFrance was proclaimed a republic on september 21 1792; abolished the monarchy and installled republicanism; based on the ideeas of equality, liberty, and fraternity


  4. The Directorya new five-member assembly elected to govern France; ruled like an oligarchy


  5. Sans-Culottesworking class radicals that supported the mountain


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