HistoryNotes-1-5-06 - History Notes The Declaration of the...

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Unformatted text preview: History Notes - 1/5/06 * The Declaration of the Rights of Citizen and Man becomes the basis of the Revolution * Citizen in France applied to both men and women - Olympe De Oges - French writer of the period - The Rights of Women * Mary Wollstonecraft - Vindication of the Rights of Women * Philosoph Condorset - Always argued on behalf of women - Politics, government, law, and war would remain masculine - for which only males needed to be educated and prepared for * National Assembly begins to plan out the government * Two groups that emerge: conservatives, patriots (liberals) * Conservatives wanted to create a legislative body (bicameral parliament - 2 Houses) and want to retain the King - give the king a strong "Veto Power" * Patriots wanted a 1 House (Unicameral legislature) and greatly limit the power of the King's Veto (he could only slow down the process of legislating by the unicameral house) * They needed to draw up a constitution * French Émigré - Aristocrats - They are about to be overpowered by the Bourgeoisie - they left...
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course HIST-MASH AP Europea taught by Professor Achenbach during the Fall '06 term at Allegheny.

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HistoryNotes-1-5-06 - History Notes The Declaration of the...

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