the french revolution assigment 5 - What You Learned French Revolution 1 List and describe the long-term causes of the French Revolution Population

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What You Learned: French Revolution 1. List and describe the long-term causes of the French Revolution. Population growth: 36% of population were under 20 years old and 40% between 20 and 40 do to decreasing of war, lack of diseases, etc. because of this growth the population when through socio-crashes, they have to compete for jobs and lands in order to survive. Which made them more open to a revolution for a better life The industrial revolution: production of luxury (perfume, luxury) vs mass production (textile, coal) while the French focused on luxury for the noble people, the noble were the ones who can really afforded, so there were really no mass production ( they weren’t really smart)so there were not lots of job opportunities. the British focus in textile, coal which created mass production and more job opportunity. The Enlightenment: Natural Law and Environmentalism: a set of ideas for new laws that were written and talk. But it was just in paper until people took upon themselves to make it happen The American Revolution: the French help American to break free from the British as revenge because they were rivals. But once their French soldier return home they wanted a change in their country, they want an implement in their own society as well. 2. Why were Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette so unpopular?

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