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estate
order
relics of fuedalism
aristocratic privleges, like paying to use the flour mill and winepress
bourgeoisie
middle class, city dwellers
Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen
the National Assembly adopted it, it was inspired by the Constiution/Bill of Rights/Decl of Independence; EQUAL RIGHTS FOR ALL MEN
Tennis Court Oath
we (Third Estate National Assembly) won't stop meeting until we have a Constitution
sans-culottes
"without breeches"...ordinary patriots without fine clothes
king during the Revolution
Louis XVI
Olympe de Gouges
wrote plays and pamphlets, womens' rights, wrote Declaration of the Rights of Woman and the Female Citizen
Georges Danton
led the sans-coluttes; minister of justice
Jean-Paul Marat
published radical journal called "Friend of the People"
factions
dissenting groups
2 important factions
Girondins, the Mountain
Girondins
represented outside the cities, feared mobs, wanted the king alive