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Legacies of the French Revolution I. Preliminaries II. The Terror A. An Unfinished Revolution B. Why? III. Napoleon’s Imprint A. Politics B. Society C. Economics IV. The French Revolution & Napoleon Exported A. Ideas B. Methods C. Responses IV. Conclusion Names & Terms: Robespierre sans-culottes Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) plebiscite Concordat (1801) Napoleonic (or Civil) Code (1804)
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Unformatted text preview: Tom Paine’s, Rights of Man (1791) Edmund Burke’s Reflections on the Revolution in France (1790) Tip for the Day: Be on the prowl for how something we’re covering in class plays out in your life today. It could be a particular reference (the word “terrorism” comes from the French Revolution!) or it could be something less obvious....
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