French Revolution Dbq

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1. The Church: the revolutionaries destroyed the rules that preserved the church at Notre Dame and removed every influence made by the church in the education system. Eventually, France’s churches were closed down and religious worship was crushed. 2. Socially: Almost all of the French population was poor peasants and farmers. The rest of the were either the nobility or the clergy. In fact, the very imbalance of the country socially begged for revolt. After the Revolution, all offices were open to those with the most talent. Privilege was looked down upon, and merit was gained by talent. 3. Education and Women: Education reform was a huge change after the Revolution. The Revolutionary leaders were willing to change almost anything related to
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