Old_Regime - the Habsburg family Notre Dame serfs Tip for...

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1 The Old Regime I. Preliminaries: What is the Old or Ancien Regime? II. Economics A. Subsistence Economy B. Agricultural C. Local Transportation & Communication Networks III. Politics A. Governments B. Characteristics C. Implications IV. Society: Three Orders A. The Clergy B. The Nobility C. The Third Estate V. Conclusion Terms: the Bourbon family Versailles the Hohenzollern family
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Unformatted text preview: the Habsburg family Notre Dame serfs Tip for the Day: No matter what your major, try to find at least a quarter to live and study abroad! It will give you great perspective and will change your life. Contact the Education Abroad Office on campus at: http://eac.ucdavis.edu/ or phone: 297-4633. They offer something for everyone....
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