Analytical Paper: Napoleons affect on the French Rev.

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I have attached the detailed description below. My thesis is Napoleon Bonaparte, who was partly instrumental on promoting the ideals of Enlightenment, also influenced the French Revolution in a very strong sense. You can work based on this or change it a little bit. Please cite everything properly.

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NAPOLEON’S EFFECT ON THE FRENCH REV.

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Napoleon’s effect on the French Rev.

Introduction

The French revolution is a type of revolution that took place in 1789 in France; it mainly marked
the end of ancient Regime and it was mainly aimed at distinguishing events of the ancient
regimes with events of new revolutions that started from 1830. The French revolution was the
most violent and universally re-known type of revolution. It is believed to have resulted from the
social structure of the West; this included the increase in the elite and wealthy manufacturers,
professionals, and merchants1 . Several debates are being conducted to determine the exact cause
of revolution and some sources claim that peasants were less willing to comply with France’s
feudal system. Also, the revolution was geared towards minimizing government’s brink of
bankruptcy. In the era 1788, France as the most re-known country in Europe was experiencing
crop failure thus; during this time the country was experiencing economic difficulties 2 . Also, the
country’s monarchy was not divinely ordained and it failed in adapting to societal and political
pressures that were being exerted on time at that moment. Before the French revolution, most
people lived in destitution, poverty and the monarchical system had a negative impact on the
citizens. This revolution revealed the power inherent in the will of France’s citizens. Napoleon

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Maurice Cranston, 2014. The French Revolution: Ideas Ideologies. Volume 39 Issues 5 May,

2014

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Jonah Walters, 2015. A guide to the French Revolution. Available from:
https://www.jacobinmag.com/2015/07/french-revolution-bastille-day-guide-jacobins-terrorbonaparte/

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Bonaparte was France’s military and political leader who contributed significantly to the 1789
French’s revolution and he partly promoted enlightenment ideas.

Scholars have closely linked the French revolution to the age of enlightenment. This is because;
it is during the enlightenment era that the political and military leader; Bonaparte rose to
prominence. Bonaparte to...

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