History 145 15 Oct 07

History 145 15 Oct 07 - Preliminary Summary-French...

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15/10/2007 10:56:00 Opposition to absolutist monarchy turns into a conflict between nobility and  bourgeoisie. The political       revolution develops also into a social revolution In 1790 everything changes socially and politically The revolution becomes a popular mass movement Doesn’t stay restricted to the upper bourgeoisie. All the cultural aspects blends into the tendencies of the political revolution. The involvement of the masses polarizes and radicalizes the revolution and leads  to a participatory revolutionary culture New institutions and bases that develop o Communes, represented body of educated, wealthy people o Political Clubs Sans Culottes The underprovided class Beginning of the participatory revolution o Before this it was the upper class that could vote in the election o With the new institutions it facilitates widespread participation Social Revolution o The Fashion itself is changing Old Regime was very elegant and over exaggerated By the time the New Regime came it was down sized into  something to represent the roman sophisticate.  Participatory Revolution, they began to represent themselves in  their fashion.  Sans Culottes.  Institutionalizing Revolution o Symbols, Flags, and Motifs The tri-color flag, the planting of Liberty Trees
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2008 for the course HIS 145 taught by Professor Czeckdude during the Fall '07 term at UC Davis.

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