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  • 1. So You Say You Want a Revolution? Bronx Lab School Global History 10 Unit 2
  • 2. Let’s Review
    • Middle Ages (~500-1500)
      • Dark Ages, Age of Faith, Age of Feudalism
    • Renaissance (~1200-1500)
      • Humanism: Focus on this life, individual people, learning the classics
    • Reformation (1517-1600)
      • Split between Protestantism and Catholicism
      • No longer single authority in Europe
  • 3. Let’s Review
    • Scientific Revolution (1543-1700’s)
      • Using Scientific Method to discover truth about this world
      • Further challenge to authority of religion
    • Enlightenment (1700’s)
      • Reason should guide human behavior and interaction, especially government
      • Government for the people, by the people
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  • 7. Where are we?
  • 8. Causes of the French Revolution
    • Influence of Enlightenment Ideas (Locke & Rousseau)
    • Class Hatred
    • Fiscal Crisis (No $$)
    • Resentment of Monarchy
  • 9. Resentment of Monarchy - Versailles
  • 10. Resentment of Monarchy - Versailles
  • 11. Resentment of Monarchy - Versailles
  • 12. Resentment of Monarchy - Marie Antoinette
  • 13. Key Events
    • Estates General & The National Assembly
    • Storming of the Bastille
    • Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen
    • The Jacobins and the Reign of Terror
    • The Guillotine and the Execution of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette
    • Rise and Rule of Napoleon Bonaparte
  • 14. Estates General
  • 15. Storming of the Bastille
  • 16. Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen
  • 17. The Jacobins and the Reign of Terror
  • 18. The Guillotine
  • 19. Our Key Questions
    • What is being created or investigated?
    • What is the revolution or change?
  • 20. What is being created?
    • Created?
      • A New Nation - controlled by the French People (In theory)
      • A Middle Class with political power (Bourgeoisie)
  • 21. What is the revolution or change?
    • Rise in Middle Class Power
    • Spread of “Liberal” ideas (Rights for people)
      • Leads to Revolutions across Europe in 1830 & 1848, in Latin America throughout 19th Century
    • Spread of Nationalism
      • Unified Nations begin to emerge in Greece, Italy, Germany
        • Both inspired by French Revolution, and in response to Napoleonic Control