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History Review – Test 2Book QuestionsChapters 5, 6, and 8Need 70% of sources from each chapterNote QuestionsDid Napoleon fulfill or betray the ideals of the French Revolution?Ideals:Liberty – freedoms of; kings power is checked by an elected assembly; no more absolutismEquality – all adult males are equal in the eyes of the law; universal legal equalityFraternity – popular sovereignty; the people are responsible for the result of rulingthemselves; people are citizens, not subjects; nationalismNapoleon – went to military academy at age 10 and was discriminated against, was inthe military for 5 years and in 1799 took control of the government in France; Civil Constitution of the Clergy split France into Counterrevolutionaries and JacobinsLiberty Freedoms with exceptionsLimited freedom of the press; couldn’t publish anything badmouthing NapoleonModifies legislature into 3 housesTribunal – could discuss laws but not vote on themLegislature – could vote on laws but not discuss themSenate – decides if law is constitutional or not (under thumb of Napoleon)Equality1804 Civil Code (Napoleonic Code) – wrote into law forever that all men are equal in the eyes of the lawImposed on all conquered countriesWomen and children were subservient to men

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