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Storming of the Bastille and the Role of Women. July 14, 1789 people were angry when King Louis XVI refused to accept the Tennis Court Oath 8,000 Parisian took to the streets of Paris . Storming of the Bastille. Storming of the Bastille.

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    1. Storming of the Bastille • and the Role of Women

    2. July 14, 1789 people were angry when King Louis XVI refused to accept the Tennis Court Oath 8,000 Parisian took to the streets of Paris Storming of the Bastille

    3. Storming of the Bastille • Bastille was old state prison which also housed ammunition • Guarding troops fired into the crowd killing 98 people • Remaining people stormed the fortress, killing the troops and took remaining ammunition

    4. Why was this event important? • Revolutionaries gained a symbolic victory over the Old Regime • Showed they were a force to be reckoned with • Word of success cause more riots throughout the country • National Guard was formed under the Marquis de Lafayette

    5. The Destruction of the Old Society • Feudalism • August 4, 1789 National Assembly voted to end the rights of landlords • Financial privileges of both nobles and clergy are taken away • Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen • proclaimed freedom and equal rights for every man • access to public office based on talent • ended tax exemptions • promoted freedom of speech and of the press • If you were the king, how would you react to this latest development?

    6. What about the women? • Rights were not extending • Olympe de Gouges • Wrote Declaration of the Rights of Women and the Female Citizen • Wrote many plays and pamphlets but was ignored by National Assembly

    7. October 5, 1789 Paris women march on Versailles • Came to discuss the high price of bread and the starvation because of it • Were armed with everything from broomsticks, lances, pitchforks, swords, pistols, to muskets • Forced the King to accept the new decrees

    8. New Constitution • Completed in 1791 • Officially set up a limited monarchy • Legislature consisting of 745 members would make the laws • All male citizens had the same rights but only men over 25 who paid a specific amount in taxes could vote • What did this mean for members of the Third Estate?

    9. Catholic Church • Church lands were taken away and sold for the debt • Clergy was to be elected by the people and paid by the state