2nd week - TAWFIC SIIBA HIS 10 WEEK TWO ASSINGMENT The French Revolution Part I 1 List and briefly explain(1-3 sentences the Long-Term Causes of the

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TAWFIC SIIBA HIS 10 WEEK TWO ASSINGMENT. 9/10/2015 The French Revolution, Part I 1. List and briefly explain (1-3 sentences) the Long-Term Causes of the French Revolution. - Population growth: During the 1715-1789 the population increased rapidly by 44% with about 36% are young people (less than 20 years old) and 40% of the population were in their late 20’s and early 40’s. The increase of population was one of the significant contributions to the causes of the French Revolution. - Industrial Revolution: The lack of industrialization is also an essential feature that leads to the causes of the French Revolution. The industrial revolution begins in the Great Britain during the 18th century, then it took quite some time to take place in France which took almost half a century after the British then finally France began to Industrial. This lack of industrialization meant lack of opportunity to the French. The manufacturing includes the production of luxury such as perfume, jewelry, wine, etc. The lack of industrialization in France can be linked to the population growth since there’s growth in population, people would move to the urban areas looking for opportunities when there aren’t any, unlike the Great Britain. Which was one of the most important factors that contributed to the French Revolution.

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