French Revolution, The Homework Help

We’ve answered 315,866 questions. We can answer yours, too.

Ask Your Question
Filter Questions
  • French Revolution, The
    The French Revolution was caused by a number of factors, some of which served to exacerbate others. Some of these factors, like a dying class system, were common to most of the European...

    Asked by tboboakam on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    The people expressed their resentment towards the oppressive absolute monarchs by supporting the revolution in their countries. America stood against King George while France rejected King Louis...

    Asked by user2766424 on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    Before the French Revolution, society in France was divided into three estates, the clergy, the nobility, and the masses. The first two estates had a monopoly on political power and land ownership,...

    Asked by nolagirl on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • History
    One way in which The Declaration of Independence and the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen are similar to one another is that they both actively seek to define consciousness. What it...

    Asked by cathy-cobb on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    In the early phase of the French Revolution, members of the Third Estate, the commoners who made up most of France's population, which was divided into a series of "estates" denoting one's place in...

    Asked by demon300 on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    The decline of absolutism was an essential part of the French Revolution. The fall of the French monarchy was caused by a convergence of circumstances. Rising economic challenges, poor...

    Asked by Parker101 on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    The basic cause of the French Revolution was the fact that the common people of France were not given any sort of real voice in their own government. They were relatively oppressed and were very...

    Asked by malthani93 on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    The first phase of the French Revolution is often characterized as politically moderate. It was primarily aimed, many historians observe, at dismantling the anachronistic privileges enjoyed by the...

    Asked by zapatamonica on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    The causes of the French Revolution were several and often interrelated. The French Revolution happened due to a series of events starting in the early 1700s. First, the French empire was fighting...

    Asked by llkklenkey on via web

  • French Revolution, The
    While the French Revolution did not lead immediately to a true democracy in France, it did help to bring about more democracy in that country and in the world in general. The French Revolution did...

    Asked by jandknew on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    One similarity between both revolutions is in how the will of the majority of the body politic was expressed extremely loud and extremely clear. There was an undeniable will of the people heard in...

    Asked by megan-westerfield on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    The cartoon in the link you have provided shows that the French Revolution was caused by anger among the Third Estate over their place in French society. The cartoon shows the Third Estate...

    Asked by caveman111 on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    The Reign of Terror resulted from several factors. The first was the seizure of the National Convention by the so-called "Mountain," the radicals who were backed by Parisian sans-culottes, and...

    Asked by jillmc97 on via iOS

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    One of the most intriguing aspects of the French Revolution is the role that absolutism played in its development and in its overall lesson. On one hand, the French Revolution was a direct...

    Asked by jillmc97 on via iOS

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    Obviously, the French Revolution went in directions that many of its liberal (in the 18th century sense) advocates did not envision. So its achievements always have to be weighed against the human...

    Asked by megan-westerfield on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    I don't really think that it did. Sure, the people got to have more of a say in government, but that's not all there is to democracy. The early revolutionary government abused people's rights...

    Asked by lulufrancis on via web

    4 educator answers.

  • French Revolution, The
    There is little doubt that the Bourbon monarchy was among the victims of the French Revolution. Louis XVI and his wife lost their heads, the king's son perished after a stay in prison, and the...

    Asked by thello on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    The Directory suffered from extreme unpopularity among many French people. It fell as a result of a bloodless coup d'etat in 1799 that installed Napoleon Bonaparte, the most popular man in France...

    Asked by lightup on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    One problem with the Directory was that the Constitution of 1795 that established it severely limited the voting franchise and some civil liberties, making it unpopular with many ordinary...

    Asked by lightup on via web

    3 educator answers.

  • French Revolution, The
    Specific Enlightenment ideals can be seen in the French Revolution's most basic call for change. The Enlightenment's conception of humanity was one in which there should be as little repression...

    Asked by gsstom on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    I think that the argument could be made that the Revolutionary Government, of which the National Convention represented, was significantly weakened by the Reign of Terror. The immediate aftermath...

    Asked by connorcolin3 on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • History
    Marie Antoinette was the queen of France at the time of the French Revolution. She was the wife of King Louis XVI. The two of them were the king and queen of France from 1774 to 1792. Marie...

    Asked by jithin7 on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    I think that one particularly interesting task on the French Revolution to assign to students would be to create Point of View Guides/ Diary Entries from the vantage point of different individuals...

    Asked by ayeshanihal on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • History
    The ideas of the Enlightenment contributed to the Atlantic revolutions in at least two important ways. First, these ideas gave the revolutionaries a logic for challenging the regimes that ruled...

    Asked by gvirtue on via web

    2 educator answers.

  • French Revolution, The
    I think that much of this answer is going to be dependent on the idea of what defines "radical." If we are examining the idea of "radical" as one that fundamentally changes the way revolution is...

    Asked by gvirtue on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    I think that this is going to be a challenging question because of the lack of consensus on the issue. The reason for this is because both answers are represented in the French Revolution. I...

    Asked by enotes on via iOS

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    I think that any revolution could be seen as avoidable. In historical hindsight, one can always play the hypothetical game of "What if." This means that historians are always able to play around...

    Asked by kayzzy on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • History
    There were already the beginnings of political parties in the US before the French Revolution, but the French Revolution sharpened the lines between them and helped make them truly distinct. The...

    Asked by ukbawi1 on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • History
    The French Revolution impacted other countries in various ways. In Europe, the revolution led to a series of wars between various countries and the French. It also led to the rise of Napoleon and...

    Asked by davidsang8 on via web

    2 educator answers.

  • French Revolution, The
    Actually, the statement is incorrect. The French were NOT inspired by the British system; in fact the British were the enemy of the French; therefore they had nothing but disdain for them. Any...

    Asked by momovava on via web

    3 educator answers.

  • French Revolution, The
    No, there is no justification for the extreme actions that were taken by the revolutionaries during the Reign of Terror. It is perfectly understandable that revolutionaries would worry greatly...

    Asked by echelon08 on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    I have seen at least two sources that have said that children were guillotined during the French Revolution. Thomas Carlyle wrote a history in the 1830s that was entitled The French Revolution: A...

    Asked by dahhav on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    During the French Revolution, artists, musicians, and other cultural producers criticized the French monarchy as well as the religious institutions of France. Artists who were skeptical of...

    Asked by imkidson on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    Events leading up to and including the French Revolution spanned more than two decades. The beginning of the Seven Years War in 1756 added to the mounting French debt; the American Revolution, and...

    Asked by fushi on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    I am not sure there is going to be much in the way of good about the Jacobins in the French Revolution. I think that one positive element could be how the group started. Its origins were rooted...

    Asked by nomatamsanqua on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    In my mind, the most intense effect of the French Revolution was the ushering of despair and despondency behind grass roots movements and expressions of the political good. On the heels of the...

    Asked by foxymoxy111 on via web

    2 educator answers.

  • French Revolution, The
    On the positive side, one can easily argue that the removal of King Louis XVI was a step in the right direction, as he had bankrupted France, and his royal court lived with every luxury while...

    Asked by mferraro28 on via web

    2 educator answers.

  • French Revolution, The
    Did it fail? Could there have been a Napoleon if the revolution had never happened? Would France have a constitution without the revolution?

    Asked by ivana on via web

    1 educator answer.

  • French Revolution, The
    As we have seen repeatedly in history, people in nations often assign all the ills of the country to the political party or the regime in power at the time. In France, especially since the reign...

    Asked by ktmtda on via web

    2 educator answers.