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1. Eighteenth-century liberals stressed equality of opportunity 2. The French Jacobins were revolutionary radicals. 3.

the accomplishments of the national assembly reorganizing administration of the provinces/ brought about the reign of terror
4. In 1799 Sieyes argued that authority in society should come from: a strong military leader

4. In 1789 the influential Abb Sieys wrote a pamphlet in which he argued that France should be ruled by the people. 5. The French National Assembly was established by the third estate. 6. 7. Edmund Burkes Reflections on the Revolution in France is a defense of the English monarchy and aristocracy. 8. The American Revolution was supported by the French monarchy. 9. Causes of French Revolution: Louis XVI brings France to brink of bankruptcy.. still pouring out tons of money to st nd maintain Versailles, refusal to tax 1 /2 estates, influence on American Revolution 10. Americans objected to the Stamp Act because the tax it proposed was imposed without their consent 11. Generally, the people who did not support eighteenth-century liberalism were the masses / common people 12. national assembly constitutional monarchy 13. The first successful revolt against Napoleon began in 1808 in Spain. 14. The major share of the tax burden in France was carried by the peasants

15. For the French peasants, the Revolution of 1789 meant greater landownership

16. The group that had the task of ridding France of any internal opposition to the revolutionary cause was the Committee of Public Safety

17. The group that announced that it was going to cut off Marie Antoinettes head, tear out her heart, and fry her liver was the women of Paris

18. The participation of the common people of Paris in the revolution was initially attributable to the soaring price of food. 19. Prior to about 1765 the American people were fairly independent of the British government. 20. In her writings, Mary Wollstonecraft argues that the liberating promise of the French Revolution must be extended to women.

21. The abolition of many tiny German states and the old Holy Roman Empire and the reorganization of fifteen German states into a Confederation of the Rhine was the work of Napoleon. 22. Napoleons plan to invade Britain was scrapped as a result of the Battle of Trafalgar
23. Some historians have questions the traditional interpretation of the French Revolution by arguing that: the nobility and the bourgeois had common political and economic interests

24. On the eve of the French Revolution, France was the wealthiest, most influential, and most populous nation in Europe. Its population was approximately 25 million 25. Which of the following was a cause of the outbreak of revolution in France in 1789? The demand of the nobility for greater power and influence (taxes/government financial crisis) 26. Background and location of the writing of frances first constitution- tennis court oath 27. estates general, national assembly, tennis court oath, declaration of rights of man 28. what alienated catholic believers and clergy?- civil constitution of the clergy 29. Arrange the following governments during the Revolution in correct chronological order: National Assembly, national convention, directory, consulate 30. 40,000- approx. number of guillotines in the reign of terror 31. unified france and enhanced the power of the national state- results of the French rev. 32. Napoleon's purpose in instituting the Continental System was to defeat England through an economic war. 33. The Congress of Vienna hoped to restore the European balance of power after the Wars of the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars by surrounding France with strong states.

34. Who was the man whose ideas and aims dominated the Congress of Vienna and after whom the age of reaction, from the fall of Napoleon to the Revolutions of 1848, is named? Metternich.

35. Napoleon helped make the French Revolution an international movement in the areas he conquered by abolishing feudalism and manorialism.

36. Which of the following is NOT considered a positive accomplishment of Napoleon? His use of nepotism in government.