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Causes of the French Revolution
- Essay length: 1277 words
- Submitted: 10/10/2012
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ï»¿Ahmed El Wakeel 2/10/2012
Causes of French Revolution
There have been many notorious and significant events that have taken place through the history of mankind; some which are wars, assassinations, peace treaties and revolutions. Revolutions are what are going to be analyzed and discussed thoroughly in this following piece. Revolutions, without doubt, always have an effect on history, in a way or the other, they always do. Revolutions have and will always be one of the most noteworthy and momentous events of all time. Out of all the revolutions that have taken place in the world the French Revolution was one of the most notable ones. The French Revolution was a phenomenon of epic proportions that shaped the history of Europe, the great Europe that exists to this day. However, we are not going to talk about the French Revolution in general, but rather focus on the causes of the revolution, and how they shape history. These causes are the ideological beliefs and economic needs. Firstly, ideological beliefs have been always a part of any change and rebellion, for the change and modification of what the revolutionaries believe in is what always ignites the
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