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History term - Diana Kazempoor History 15 Professor Master/Robert Miller 19 November 2008 1 Characterize the arguments made in the National

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Diana Kazempoor History 15 Professor Master/Robert Miller 19 November 2008 1. Characterize the arguments made in the National Assembly regarding the wisdom of issuing a written declaration of rights. What are the advantages of enshrining those rights in documentary form? . The French Revolution and the National Assembly arose much debate about the importance of the Deceleration of the Rights of Man and Citizen. Speakers such as Marquis De Lafayette, Duke Mathieu De Montgomery, and Malouet argued about the issuing of a written declaration of rights. Both Lafayette and the Duke argue for the declaration, while on the other end, Malouet argues against the declaration and for the constitution. Lafayette was very enthusiastic about the idea of reform to France and was a strong supporter and favored a stable ground of principles rather than a constitution. The Duke felt that a declaration wasn't clear to many,and felt that the people of France needed to be educated with a written declaration. Marquis De Lafayette believed that ideas must be fixed upon a declaration containing the first principles of any constitution it may be. His reasoning for his urge of a declaration was first to “recall the sentiments that nature has engraved on the heart of every individual and to facilitate the development of them, which is all the more interesting in that, for a nation to love liberty, it suffices that it wishes it”(Lafayette 71).Lafayette had great enthusiasm about having a set declaration. He believed that every person deserved and wanted the right of liberty and that the writing of a declaration would help establish that. The purity and goodness Lafayette had in him was seen
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through his kid-hearted willingness to aid other colonies.In Lafayette's point of view the
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2009 for the course BIO 005 taught by Professor Zil. during the Spring '08 term at UC Riverside.

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History term - Diana Kazempoor History 15 Professor Master/Robert Miller 19 November 2008 1 Characterize the arguments made in the National

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