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Analyzing Resistance, Collaboration, & Neutrality In the French Revolution Directions: The French Revolution was one of the most shocking and tumultuous events in history. Its causes included the monarchy’s severe debt, high taxes, poor harvests leading to a lack of food, and the influence of new political ideas and the American Revolution. It began as a movement seeking government reforms, however it turned radical and violent, leading to the abolition of the monarchy and execution of King Louis XVI.You are going to analyze several key events from the French Revolution. For each one, you have to place yourself in the time period and make a choice on how you would respond. Would you: 1.Join the resistance2.Collaborate with those in power3.Act as if nothing had happenedIf you choose to resist, you are joining those protesting against those in power in France. Collaboratingmeans supporting the leaders in power. Finally, you could choose to ignore the events going on around you and act as if nothing had happened. After reading about each event, take a couple minutes to think about how you would respond and the repercussions that decision might have. Then, circle your response, then briefly describe your reasoning
NameAnalyzing Responses to the French Revolution Event Response Reasoning The Storming of the Bastille Resist Collaborate Ignore Women’s March on Versailles Resist Collaborate Ignore The Flight to Varennes Resist Collaborate Ignore The September Massacres Resist Collaborate Ignore The Executions of Louis XVI & Marie Antoinette Resist Collaborate Ignore The Reign of Terror Resist Collaborate Ignore Given the events that took place in the Revolution and in today’s world, what does it look like when people:Resist Collaborate Act as if nothing happened What impact can that choice have on you as an individual and on those around you? The best chance of survival would be to ignore it and just leave the country.See aboveSee aboveSee aboveSee aboveSee aboveLike there is someone who wants to keep things the waythey've always been.Like there is someone who thinksthat things need to change.That there is someone who is afraid of being judged orharmed because of thedecision they make.