Hunt16 - Lynn Hunt, The Making of the West Chapter 16 1....

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Lynn Hunt, The Making of the West Chapter 16 1. Parisian women marched to the palace at Versailles on October 5, 1789, in order to A. request the king's help in getting more grain for Paris. B. secure the king's promise for a democratically elected National Convention. C. demonstrate their loyalty to the royal family and their distrust of reformers. D. beg the king to return to Paris and personally restore order. 2. When the Estates General met in 1789, their first decision concerned the A. Bank of France. B. role of the king. C. food shortage. D. voting procedure. 3. On June 20, 1789, the deputies to the National Assembly took the “tennis court oath,” which declared that A. the Third Estate represented the interests of the entire French nation. B. henceforth all voting would proceed on a one-man, one-vote basis. C. they would not disband until they had given France a binding constitution. D. they would sweep away the last vestiges of feudal privilege. 4. The night of August 4, 1789, was of enormous significance because A. the nobles offered to give up their traditional rights and privileges, which allowed the National Assembly to declare that the “feudal regime” had ended. B. Louis XVI visited the National Assembly in person for the first time that night, donned a revolutionary cockade, and declared himself a “citizen king.” C. the marquis de Lafayette, hero of the American Revolution, agreed to command the newly formed National Guard, thereby raising morale. D. the National Assembly took the tennis court oath not to disband until the monarchy was abolished. 5. The Great Fear was the A. fear that gripped most of France when the Committee of Public Safety adopted terror, especially the use of the guillotine, as a way of crushing opposition. B. panic of peasants who suspected an aristocratic conspiracy when unemployment and crop failures drove numerous beggars and vagrants to wander the countryside. C. dismay that spread among aristocrats when Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette were apprehended during their flight to Varennes and returned to Paris. D. panic that drove the sans-culottes to ever more radical measures when they suspected that monarchists were plotting to repress the Revolution. 6. The author of the Declaration of the Rights of Women of 1791 was A. Jeanne Roland. B. Charlotte Corday. C. Anne-Louise-Germaine de Staël.
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D. Olympe de Gouges. 7. The Civil Constitution of the Clergy, which the National Assembly passed in July of 1790, instituted all of the following measures except A. the establishment of clerical pay scales. B. the outlawing of all teaching orders, including the Jesuits. C. the election by local voters of parish priests and bishops. D. the confiscation of all church property.
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