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French Revolution (Grade 10)

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French Revolution

1. 
All of the following are causes of the French Revolution except —
  1. censorship of the press
  2. taxation of the Third Estate
  3. wastefulness of the monarchy
 
2. 
Which estate in France's Estate General held the sole responsibility of pay taxes?
  1. 1st Estate
  2. 2nd Estate
  3. 3rd Estate
3. 
The First Estate consisted of the                   
 
4. 
The Second Estate was comprised of the                      
5. 
Which of the following documents spells out Enlightenment ideas as they were applied to revolutionary France?
  1. The Declaration of Independence
  2. Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen
  3. The Social Contract
 
6. 
Which of these events occurred during the French Revolution?
  1. Execution of Louis XVI
  2. Founding of Lutheranism
  3. Storming of the Bastile
7. 
Use the excerpt and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question.

Men are born free and remain free and equal in rights. . . . The aim of all political association is the preservation of natural and imprescriptible rights of man. These rights are liberty, property, security, and resistance to oppression.
—Declaration of the Rights of Man, 1789

Which document most likely influenced the writers of the Declaration of the Rights of Man?
  1. Magna Carta
  2. Mayflower Compact
  3. Declaration of Independence
 
8. 
Napoleon Bonaparte rose to power as
  1. A liberal who supported the Third Estate
  2. A military hero
  3. An opponent of Robespierre
9. 
The social and political disorder of the French Revolution led to —
  1. Napoleon gaining power and establishing his Civil Code
  2. increased power of the nobility to end the violence
  3. a revival of Louis XIV's excesses
 
10. 
What happened to the king during the French Revolution?
  1. executed
  2. exiled
  3. restored
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