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old regime not long to endure
awakening of the Third Estate
aristocratic hydra
peasants get their turn
joyous accord 1789
  3-11-2009 3-10-02 PM-0021.jpg - Revolutionary Paris. Note the location of the Tuilleries Palace, the meeting hall of the National Assemble, the Jacobin Club, the Bastille, and the Place Louis XV that was renamed the Place of the Revoluton shortly after 1789. The eastern quarters of Paris, including the Faubourg St. Antoine were home to artisans, shopkeepers, and workers, as compared to the western quarters in which aristocrats and the upper classes lived. It was in eastern Paris where the popular revolutionary movement was based and the sans-culottes who were the movement's activists.  
Festival of Federation 1790
proposed reorganization in Departments
sliming down clergy
arrest of king at Varennes
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Revolutionary Paris. Note the location of the Tuilleries Palace, the meeting hall of the National Assemble, the Jacobin Club, the Bastille, and the Place Louis XV that was renamed the Place of the Revoluton shortly after 1789. The eastern quarters of Paris, including the Faubourg St. Antoine were home to artisans, shopkeepers, and workers, as compared to the western quarters in which aristocrats and the upper classes lived. It was in eastern Paris where the popular revolutionary movement was based and the sans-culottes who were the movement's activists. Download
Caption: Revolutionary Paris
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