Essay on The French Revolution And The Russian Revolution

1735 Words Apr 23rd, 2015 7 Pages
(All of the people are in King Louis’s Castle in a big room. There is a table in the middle that Charles Darnay, Mr. Defarge, King Louis 16, Robespierre, Locke, Rousseau, Jean Paul Marat, Stalin, Lenin, Monsenguir the Marquis, Rasputin, Nick II, and Alexander III are sitting around. There is a banner that say Revolution conference. King Louie 16th starts the conversation,)

King Louis 16: (Tapping his glass) Everybody, we are here today to talk about the Social contract and to discuss the guidelines to be a citizen because both the French revolution and the Russian revolution were both affected by it greatly.
Rasputin: (Standing up) Can I talk first, I had total control over all of Russia.
Nick II: No you did not, (to Rasputin) you over exaggerated every single detail. I had total control the whole time even if I was off at the front of World War I.
Rasputin: Your wife said “And guided by Him we shall get through this heavy time. It will be hard fighting, but a man of god is near to guard yr. boat safely through the reefs - little Sunny is standing as a rock behind you, firm and unwavering (Pg.70, reader). (Sits back down)
Locke: (To Rasputin and Nick II) It does not matter who had total control because nobody should have total control of a government. In my writing I said “People are equal with three natural rights -- life, liberty, and property.” (To stalin, giving him a dirty look and raising his voice) I do not even agree with your government now, but at least in…

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