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This activity contains 27 questions.

Question 1.
The financial problem of the French government in the eighteenth century lay

 
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Question 2.
The chief reason for the tremendous French debt was a succession of indecisive finance ministers.

   
 
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Question 3.
The Estates General was called

 
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Question 4.
The First, Second and Third Estates represented which groups of society respectively?

 
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Question 5.
The famous "Tennis Court Oath" was taken

 
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Question 6.
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On July 14, somewhat more than 800 people marched to the in search of weapons for the militia. 
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Question 7.
The "Great Fear" refers to

 
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Question 8.
Most of the members of the National Constituent Assembly wished to create

 
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Question 9.
The National Constituent Assembly pursued policies of

 
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Olympe de Gouges wrote a "." 
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Question 11.
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The Assembly established the system to standardize weights and measures. 
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Question 12.
King Louis XVI supported the Civil Constitution of the Clergy, since it reduced the power of a social group that tended to oppose his policies.

   
 
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The Assembly lasted only from 1791 to 1792. 
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The political group known as the had been the most advanced political group in the National Constituent Assembly and had pressed for a republic rather than a constitutional monarchy. 
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Question 15.
The war against Austria declared in 1792

 
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A second revolution overthrew the constitutional monarchy and established a
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Question 17.
The French Revolution had been widely opposed throughout Europe from the beginning.

   
 
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Question 18.
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Reflections on the Revolution in France by Edmund became a handbook for European conservatives for decades. 
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Question 19.
William Pitt the Younger used the French Revolution to further his reform agenda in Great Britain.

   
 
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Question 20.
France occupied the Austrian Netherlands.

   
 
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Question 21.
The Reign of Terror was a worsening of the Great Fear.

   
 
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Question 22.
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During the crucial months of late 1793 and early 1794, the person who emerged as the chief figure on the Committee of Public Safety was , one of the major figures behind the Reign of Terror. 
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Question 23.
The Society of Revolutionary Republican Women

 
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Question 24.
In November 1793, the Cathedral of Notre Dame became the headquarters of the Jacobin party.

   
 
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Question 25.
The government of the Directory was primarily supported by

 
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Question 26.
Legislation under the Directory left women with somewhat less freedom than they had enjoyed before 1789.

   
 
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Question 27.
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The general in charge of suppressing royalist insurrections in Paris in October 1795 was
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