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Question 1.
Robespierre replaced worship of "Reason" with the "Cult of the Supreme Being."

   
 
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Question 2.
Which of the following is NOT true of The Committee of Public Safety?

 
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Question 3.
France was the only European monarchy to suffer financial problems during this period.

   
 
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Question 4.
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The parlements were dominated by the
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Question 5.
The Assembly deicded to finance its debt by confiscating and then selling the land and property of émigrés.

   
 
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Question 6.
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On June 17, 1789, the Third Estate became the National
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Question 7.
Jacobins

 
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Question 8.
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On July 15, 1789, the militia of Paris, by then called the National , offered its command to the Marquis de Lafayette. 
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Question 9.
"The Declaration of the Rights of Man" is often considered the document that put an end to the old regime in France.

   
 
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Question 10.
Poland was divided between

 
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The executions of former terrorists during the French Revolution marked the beginning of "the terror." 
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Question 12.
Out of France's population of approximately 25 million people, only around 50,000 qualified as electors or members of the Legislative Assembly.

   
 
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Question 13.
Robespierre supported what type of government?

 
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were bonds issued against revenue to be generated by selling off land and property confiscated from the Roman Catholic Church.  

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Question 15.
The Convention adopted a new calendar with names associated with the seasons and climate.

   
 
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Question 16.
Necker's Report

 
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Question 17.
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The clergy were the estate. 
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Question 18.
The Girondists were a faction of the sans-culottes within the Legislative Assembly.

   
 
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Question 19.
August 4, 1789 is known for

 
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Question 20.
Women petitioned the Legislative Assembly for the right to fight in a formal capacity in defense of the revolution.

   
 
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Question 21.
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Government-sponsored mob action in Birmingham, England, drove the chemist and political thinker Joseph into exile. 
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Question 22.
By April 1793, France was at war with

 
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Late in July, under radical working-class pressure, the government of Paris passed from the elected council to a committee, or , of representatives from the sections of the city. 
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Question 24.
Over 16,000 aristocrats, known as émigrés, left France and settled in countries near the French border hoping to form a counterrevolution.

   
 
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Question 25.
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Members of the Convention and the Committees believed they were creating a "republic of ." 
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Question 26.
The French Revolution had each of the following effects EXCEPT

 
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Question 27.
The Thermidorian Reaction did NOT include the

 
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Question 28.
The Thermidorian Reaction was supported mainly by the middle class, at the expense of the sans-culottes.

   
 
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Question 29.
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The body called to write a demoractic constitution was known as the
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Question 30.
Robespierre's execution coincides with the end of the Reign of Terror.

   
 
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