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Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: Exploring the French Revolution

18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: lazybird586 | Category: Research papers on interior design

Ralph Waldo Emerson, American essayist, poet, and philosopher. Essays: First Series as corrected and published in 1847. First published as Essays, 1841. This site.

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    goldenwolf825 18 Jan 2017 00:39

    This site with more than 600 primary documents is a collaboration of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (George Mason University) and American Social History Project (City University of New York), supported by grants from the Florence Gould Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities

    The French Revolution was a 1789 revolution which began the modern era. In a sequence of upheavals, it saw the downfall of King Louis XVI , rise of Robespierre and the Reign of Terror , a chaos wherein thousands were guillotined for political differences.

    Radicals saw the Catholic Church as the enemy and promoted in its place a Cult of Reason. The Revolution emerged in part from the rationalism of the Enlightenment which distrusted all established institutions. It inspired fear into European monarchs and aristocrats as well as conservative intellectuals like Edmund Burke in Britain, who mobilized to fight the Revolution, and finally succeeded in 1815.

    By the fall of 1776 a fictitious trading firm had already procured and shipped to the rebels nearly 300,000 pounds of gunpowder, 30,000 muskets, 3,000 tents, more than 200 pieces of artillery, and clothing for 30,000 soldiers.  In December 1776 three American agents in Paris, led by Benjamin Franklin, proposed a formal alliance between the United States and France.  The French were still hesitant about openly entering the conflict, partly because preparations for war, especially efforts to strengthen the French fleet, were not yet complete.

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    User1491400642 17 Jan 2017 22:20

    This site with more than 600 primary documents is a collaboration of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (George Mason University) and American Social History Project (City University of New York), supported by grants from the Florence Gould Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities

    The French Revolution was a 1789 revolution which began the modern era. In a sequence of upheavals, it saw the downfall of King Louis XVI , rise of Robespierre and the Reign of Terror , a chaos wherein thousands were guillotined for political differences.

    Radicals saw the Catholic Church as the enemy and promoted in its place a Cult of Reason. The Revolution emerged in part from the rationalism of the Enlightenment which distrusted all established institutions. It inspired fear into European monarchs and aristocrats as well as conservative intellectuals like Edmund Burke in Britain, who mobilized to fight the Revolution, and finally succeeded in 1815.

    By the fall of 1776 a fictitious trading firm had already procured and shipped to the rebels nearly 300,000 pounds of gunpowder, 30,000 muskets, 3,000 tents, more than 200 pieces of artillery, and clothing for 30,000 soldiers.  In December 1776 three American agents in Paris, led by Benjamin Franklin, proposed a formal alliance between the United States and France.  The French were still hesitant about openly entering the conflict, partly because preparations for war, especially efforts to strengthen the French fleet, were not yet complete.

    “perfect equality would be inconsistent with liberty?” That is definitely true but only for individual liberty, not corporate liberty. And it contradicts individual liberty when we reduce all relationships to individual liberty. That is because while individual liberty allows those who can to excel, it allows those who have excelled to limit and control others.

    BTW, one of those tangible goals that some who forged the revolution had was westward expansion that came at great physical and personal costs to the America’s indigenous people and at great moral costs to the conquerors.

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    User1490093301 17 Jan 2017 23:34

    Good Essays: The American Revolution: An. The first estate consisted of the clergy of the Roman Catholic Church.. [tags: French Revolution Essays] 1547 words

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    beautifulfish929 17 Jan 2017 22:06

    The Industrial Revolution in France started slowly and only got moving after the Industrial Revolution was well-begun in England. it occurred in France in the years after the Revolution. What were the social and economic factors before and after the French Revolution that retarded the start of the Industrial Revolution in the late 18th century and then allowed it to develop after the Revolution? Related question: what were the social, cultural, political, and economic differences between England and France in the late 18th century that allowed the Industrial Revolution to take off in England while France languished?

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    фёрлис 18 Jan 2017 04:18

    This site with more than 600 primary documents is a collaboration of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (George Mason University) and American Social History Project (City University of New York), supported by grants from the Florence Gould Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities

    The French Revolution was a 1789 revolution which began the modern era. In a sequence of upheavals, it saw the downfall of King Louis XVI , rise of Robespierre and the Reign of Terror , a chaos wherein thousands were guillotined for political differences.

    Radicals saw the Catholic Church as the enemy and promoted in its place a Cult of Reason. The Revolution emerged in part from the rationalism of the Enlightenment which distrusted all established institutions. It inspired fear into European monarchs and aristocrats as well as conservative intellectuals like Edmund Burke in Britain, who mobilized to fight the Revolution, and finally succeeded in 1815.

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    smallostrich342 18 Jan 2017 06:11

    I don t think you can look at the French Revolution in terms of good people or bad people. You have to remember the French Revolution comes about when France becomes completely bankrupt and they have to find a solution to the problem. The King Louis XVI, to find a solution, calls together the three estates - the first time in 150 years. The whole thing starts to unravel when the king tries to remove the finance minister - Necker - who is very popular. After Louis XVI tries to flee Paris, he is arrested and beheaded. This is when the so-called Committee of Public Safety - charged with protecting ordinary people - becomes a monster and the reign of terror begins when people who are suspected of being against the Revolution are tried and beheaded. There were many good people in the French Revolution who wanted what was best for not only France but ordinary people - but these competing interests is what divided France and turned the revolution into a witch hunt.

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    Орест Беляев 18 Jan 2017 09:09

    Order paper here good essays on the french revolution

    Ralph Waldo Emerson, American essayist, poet, and philosopher. Essays: First Series as corrected and published in 1847. First published as Essays, 1841. This site.

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    crazyelephant633 18 Jan 2017 03:53

    Some interesting books about the French Revolution I have read are the following: The Days of the French Revolution by Christopher Hibbert The French Revolution: A Very Short Introduction by William Doyle The Oxford History of the French Revolution by William Doyle The Old Regime and the French Revolution by Alexis de Tocqueville The French Revolution and Human Rights: A Brief Documentary History (The Bedford Series in History and Culture) by Lynn Hunt The Place Of The French Revolution In History by Marvin Cox My favorite would be the "French Revolution: A Very Short Introduction by William Doyle" I highly recommend this book. You will learn eveything there is to know about the French Revolution. Hope I was able to help. =)