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AOS1: Causes of the French Revolution Dot Point Chart

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This document covers all of the dot points for Area of Study One, along with a few historian's quotes and primary quotes.

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French Revolution Kingdom of France Politics of France France Ancien Régime in France Louis XVI of France Assembly of Notables Parlement Estates General Marie Antoinette Camille Desmoulins Bastille
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French Revolution Kingdom of France Politics of France France Ancien Régime in France Louis XVI of France Assembly of Notables Parlement Estates General Marie Antoinette Camille Desmoulins Bastille
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dence - - America was colonised by Britain Americans were sick of paying - taxes to Britain They decided to /ight for their - independence from Britain They wanted a constitution, - freedom, and liberty The American colonies had French - military aid during this war The cost of war for France is what kickstarted an economic crisis, - they had large debts to pay The success of the Americans gave the French soldiers motivation to question the ‘old regime’, and they strove to create a constitution of their own Friction between Monarchy and Parlements - 1787 Brienne put a reform package to the Parlement of Paris, - it issued a remonstrance Louis attempted to force the reforms with a ‘lit de justice’ but - the parlement refused Louis exiled the parlement to - Troyes Day of Tiles on 10 June 1788, showed large public support for the parlement (+ against the - polic...
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