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WHACK-A-MOLE

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1

The Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen asserted

A

Freedom from slavery

B

Gender Equality

C

Human rights and equality

D

Civic equality and popular sovereignty

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2

These were lists of grievances that the 3rd estate brought to the Estates General

A

Jacobins

B

Sans-Culottes

C

Caheirs de Dolerances

D

Emigres

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3

Proponents of the "Republic of Virtue" developed their notion of civic virtue from the writings of which of the following?

A

Voltaire

B

Locke

C

Rousseau

D

Diderot

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4

This Powerful Jacobin figure was on the Committee for Public Safety, and was one of the driving forces behind The Terror

A

Rousseau

B

Louis XVI

C

Robespierre

D

Burke

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5

Robespierre argued that the terror was

A

An expression of love for country

B

An unfortunate, but necessary consequence of circumstances

C

A consequence of the general principle of democracy applied to a pressing need

D

A ritual of "The Cult of the Supreme Being

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6

This author wrote a book criticizing the French Revolution

A

John Locke

B

Robespierre

C

Napoleon Bonaparte

D

Edmund Burke

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7

In 1789, around 7,000 women marched on which of the following locations after hearing rumors that food was being hoarded there?

A

The Bastille

B

Versailles

C

The Louvre

D

Paris

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8

This faction of the legislative assembly was strongly pro republic and had a deep seated mistrust of anybody who was wealthy

A

Sans-Culottes

B

Girondists

C

Jacobin

D

Brackonians

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9

By 1793, which of the following nations was France NOT at war with?

A

Austria

B

Italy

C

Prussia

D

Spain

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10

This faction of the legislative assembly was strongly pro republic, and focused mainly on eliminating special privileges of the nobility

A

Sans-Culottes

B

Girondists

C

Jacobins

D

Brackonians

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11

The Levee en Masse did which of the following?

A

Repurposed the Catholic Mass as a ceremony of civic Virtue

B

Conscripted males into the military and directed the economy to military purposes

C

Allowed women to serve as combat troops in the Army

D

Provided universal male suffrage

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12

This is a term for French nobles who left the nation during the early stages of the revolution, and provided motivation for counter-revolutionary activities

A

Brackonians

B

Girondists

C

Jacobins

D

Emigres

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13

The tactic/policy that Russian soldiers followed which helped contribute to the eventual defeat of Napoleons invading army is called

A

Turn and Burn

B

Blitzkreig

C

Scorched Earth

D

Guerilla Warfare

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14

This faction of the Legislative Assembly wanted to maintain the king and have France be a Constitutional Monarchy

A Sans Culottes

B Jacobins

C Girondists

D Brackonians

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15

Napoleon's Continental System in Europe was designed to

A

Funnel taxes from captured territories back to France

B

Provoke Britain into a trade war with the Dutch

C

Cut off British trade with the rest of Europe

D

Prepare for an invasion of Russia

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16

This was a small group of people appointed by the Committee for Public Safety with the purpose of protecting the republic. Mostly just executed lots of people

A

Tribunals

B

Jacobins

C

Brackonians

D

Consulate

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17

Which of the following is one of the long term effects of the French Revolution?

A

The French reputation for having a weak military

B

A permanent Constitutional Monarchy in France

C

The application of the 2/3 law to all French legislative bodies

D

The use of the Metric System

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18

Government in which Napoleon was in charge, prior to crowning himself Emperor

A

Tribunal

B

Consulate

C

Directorate

D

Republic

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19

What was the result of revolutionary ideals similar to those in France spreading in Poland?

A

The Terror

B

The Russo-Pole war of 1795

C

The Polish Revolution

D

The 2nd and 3rd partitioning of Poland

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20

This French government was comprised of a Bi-cameral legislature

A

Consulate

B

Directory

C

Tribunal

D

Bracktopia

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21

Which of the following was NOT one of the groups represented by the Estates General?

A

Clergy

B

Everyone Else

C

Prisoner

D

Nobility

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22

Which of the following was NOT one of the elements of the Napoleonic Code?

A

End of Primogeniture

B

Protection of Property

C

Equality for women

D

Authority for Fathers

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23

Which of the following was NOT a challenge the Directory had to face

A

Lack of Credibility

B

Narrow Franchise

C

Depended on Army for power

D

Women's Suffrage movement

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24

Which of the following was NOT one of the elements of the Civil Constitution for the Clergy?

A

Clergy were government employees

B

Clergy were chosen by Government

C

Clergy were required to use a government approved hymnal

D

Number of positions for Clergy were reduced

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