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H5-Fall10 Lecture 13 - History5,Fall2010 Outline:LectureXIII 7October2010 p.1 TheFrenchRevolution(17891792 I Introduction: A. B.

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History 5, Fall 2010 Outline: Lecture XIII p. 1 7 October 2010 The French Revolution (1789-1792) I. Introduction: Revolution as a world historical process A. Revolutionary narratives B. The English and American Revolutions C. European Revolutions; the Brabant, Italy, Germany, Spain D. The Caribbean: Haiti and the first successful slave revolt E. International Revolutions: Europe, South and Central America, China II.  The Coming of a Crisis A. The Fiscal Crisis of the State B. The Constitutional Crisis of the State in its Social Context III. Crisis becomes Revolution: The Liberal and constitutional phase (Liberty and  equality as central issues) A. Phases: our view and theirs: “The Owl of Minerva flies at dusk” (Hegel) B.  The calling of the Estates General leads to further crises 1.The  Cahier de Doleances   2. How to vote: “Doubling the Third” 3. January 1789: Abbe Sieyes’ What is the Third Estate
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H5-Fall10 Lecture 13 - History5,Fall2010 Outline:LectureXIII 7October2010 p.1 TheFrenchRevolution(17891792 I Introduction: A. B.

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