World History. October 21 to October 25. Agenda – Monday, Oct. 21. Editing Journal Mon – Thur due Friday Begin Chap 3.2 notes Review Point of View Essay – Hobbes vs. Locke HW – 8 terms pg. 114, Quests 3 – 5 pg. 119 Due Friday. October 21 Editing Journal .
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October 21 to October 25
1. Who is the Austrian the mob referring to?
1. Marie Antoinette
2. They believe the king and queen
are living in luxury and ignoring the
suffering of the people.
2. Why are the Parisian women so
angry with the king and queen?
- What was the crisis of 1789?
- What was the Great Fear?
- Worst famine in memory. Hungry peasants roamed the cities. Bread prices soared.
- Rumors about attacks on villages and troops seizing crops, peasants unleashed fury on nobles stealing grain and setting fire to manors.
- Who was Marquis De Lafayette?
- Dissenting groups of people competing for power.
- Aristocratic “hero of two worlds” fought with Washington. Headed the moderate middle class militia called the National Guard that wore the tricolor red, white and blue.
- More radical group that could mobilize neighborhoods for protests or violent action. Newspapers grew and some wrote scandalous stories about the royal family.
- What was the
Equality of all male citizens before the law
3. What did de Gouges mean by the statement “Having become free, he has become unjust to his companion”?
*Bonus – How did she die?
3. She believed the Declaration of the Rights of Men should also include the right for Women. (Equal Rights for both)
*Bonus – Convicted of being an enemy of the revolution and executed by guillotine
Rumors that the King and the nobles were sending their military to attack peasants, pillage their land and put down the revolt.
Monarchs from other European countries
What is the significance/importance of this cartoon?
It shows how the other European rulers feared the spread of the French Revolution
Catherine of Russian, the Pope, King Leopold, and King George III
The Revolution is portrayed as the Bubonic Plague (diseased Rats)
with the main killing machine, (guillotine) as the tail
Notebook pg. 22?
Life, liberty, property
How did the Constitution of 1791 change the monarchy? (117)
It went from an absolute monarchy to a limited monarchy
What new powers did the Legislative Assembly have? (117)
Collect taxes, and declare war or peace
What did King Louis try to do in June 1791? (118)
He tried to escape in disguise, but was caught and sent back to Paris. He was now hated more than ever. He became a traitor.
Notebook pg. 22
Declaration of the
- What was the Women’s March?
NOTEBOOK Pg. 23
- Who were the sans culottes?