Rebellion In The French Revolution

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Throughout history Government and the people have dealt with rebellion. Rebellion is a resistance of people against their rulers or the person in charge. Rebellion can start in many ways. People can cause a rebellion by not having what they need, like food or money, or something on a much larger scale, such as war. Rebellion can be caused by something that may seem much smaller, like the people feeling they don’t have a voice or people being easily offended. No matter the size, Rebellion has always been a problem in society and there is no simple way to end it because everybody is unique and has different ideas. One-person rebelling can cause the end to another person, government, or society. This very thing happened in France during the French revolution. In France many governmental systems took place because of the French Revolution. The first government of the French revolution was a Monarchy that also had the Old Regime. It consisted of three social classes, the Catholic Clergy, Rich Nobles, then the Lower Class, which included peasants, urban workers, and the middle class. (1) The Old Regime also had a…show more content…
Nationalism is a form of pride and group identity. It would generally be harmless or slightly positive. People tend to work harder and accept more sacrifices for a group which they feel their values and rights are taken care of. It can be bad when an irrational person blames others for the country’s problems. It can also be a problem when there are large differences in ideas, like how in America, there is the Americans, but amongst them are the two major political groups, the Republicans, and Democrats. This simple disagreement can turn a country against its own self. Nationalism can have good and bad effects, but over all it is good because the people will have more trust in their
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