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Unformatted text preview: 1mm Threats to the Old Regime: - Enlightenment - financial crisis - lower class unrest - May 1789 - Estates General meet (lst = clergy, 2nd = nobility, 3rd = ‘The People’) - 17 June 1789 - 3rd Estate form national assembly - 20 June 1789 - tennis court oath — 14 July 1789 - storming of the Bastille - August 1789 - Declaration of the Rights of Man [De Gouges, Rights of women (1791)] - July 1790 - Civil Constitution of the Clergy - Constitution of 1791 — Constitutional Monarchy, Legislative Assembly - April 1792 - war begins — August 1792 - ‘second’ revolution - Paris mob force election of new National Convention (Sep. 1792) - split between Girondins (moderates) and radical Jacobins National Convention - Sep. 1792 - monarchy abolished - Jan. 1793 - king executed - May 1793 - Girondins ousted by mob. - Committee of Public Safety - Robespierre - Cult of Reason, Republic of Virtue - levee en masse, economic controls - The Terror (1793—4) July 1794 - Robespierre overthrown - Directory established (comparatively conservative) ...
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