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What was the immediate cause of the French Revolution? A. France’s financial crisis B. The threat of foreign invasion C. The oppressive old regime D. Desire for better representation 2. What was the First Estate? A. The nobility B. The monarchy C. The clergy D. The peasants 3. What was France’s population at the outbreak of the revolution? A. 35 million B. 27 million C. 25 million D. 20 million
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4. Prior to Louis XVI calling the Estates-General to meet in 1789, they had last met in the year… A. 1614 B. 1788 C. 1668 D. 1689 5. The bourgeoisie of France totaled 8% of the population and owned… A. 15-20% of the land B. 35-40% of the land C. 50-55% of the land D. 20-25% of the land 6. The obligations French peasants owed to their landlords were called… A. relics of manorialism B. relics of absolutism C. relics of feudalism D. relics of democracy
7. What significant event of the revolution occurred on July 14, 1789? A. The Tennis Court Oath B. The storming of the Bastille C. The National Assembly D. Napoleon seizes power 8. The new French government took control of the Catholic Church in France with the passing of the… A. Concordant of 1801 B. Constitution of Year III C. Declarations of the Rights of Man and Citizen D. Civil Constitution of the Clergy 9. The radical sans-culottes of Paris were… A. poor merchants and artisans B. wealthy merchants and artisans C. radical members of the National Assembly D. wealthy nobles and politicians 10. The Tennis Court Oath was the… A. Promise by the Directory to draft a new constitution B. Promise by the monarchy to draft a new constitution C. Promise by the European monarchies to defeat the revolution D. Promise by the National Assembly to draft a new constitution 11. “Liberty, property, security, and resistance to oppression.” This passage can be found in the… A. Declaration of Independence B. Civil Constitution of the Clergy C. Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen D. Tennis Court Oath 12. On June 17, 1789 the Third Estate… A. left the Estates-General and declared itself the National Assembly B. left the Estates-General and declared itself the Directory C. Executed the king and declared France a republic D. Met with the monarchy to discuss and new government for France 13. The peasant rebellions that erupted in the French countryside in response to the threat of foreign invasion were called the… A. B. C. D. The Great Terror The Great Fear The Great Revolution The Great Revolt