Like the others copy.docx - Why was there a revolution in France Like the others France Revolution had a very common starting point in the 18th century

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Why was there a revolution in France? Like the others, France Revolution had a very common starting point in the 18th century and fastly become one of the most violent and significant ones in the world. The Age of the Enlightenment is the first reason directly lead to the France Revolution and it also was considered the main cause of that event. Many thinkers from the Age of Enlightenment published a lot of their writings and it did have a huge impact on great France’s revolutionaries. Although it kindled the beginning, those revolutions were not still a reaction of the Enlightenment, but it was spreading rapidly across Europe and challenged the old order, especially, Isaac Newton, a scientist, and John Locke, a writer. Locke is the person who rose his voice for human rights. He believed that every people should be allowed to choose the government they want. He accused the old order did not protect the natural right of life, liberty, and property. Those questions lighted the questions for the government and also at that time, the idea of the Enlightenment came to action.

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