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Analyzing Responses to the French RevolutionClick on each event to learn more about it. For each one, you have to place yourself in the time period and makea choice on how you would respond. Would you:1.Join the resistance2.Collaborate with those in power3.Act as if nothing had happenedIf you choose to resist, you are joining those protesting against the group in charge of France. Collaboratingmeans supporting the leaders in power. Final, you could choose to ignore the events going on around you and act as if nothing had happened. For each event, highlight your response, then briefly describe your reasoning.EventResponseReasoningThe Storming ofthe BastilleResistCollaborateIgnoreThe best chance of survival would be to ignore it & just leave thecountry. The Storming of the Bastille set off a series of events that led to the overthrow of King Louis XVI and the French Revolution. The success of the revolutionaries gave commoners throughout France the courage to rise up and

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