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Violence in the French Revolution
An exploration of the level of violence that was necessary to accomplish the goals of the French Revolution.
# 127370 | 1,000 words | 14 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in History (European - 19th century)


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This paper answers the question, "How much violence was justified to accomplish the goals of the French Revolution?"

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"How much violence was justified to accomplish the goals of the French Revolution? Admittedly, the violence involved was horrific and extensive, with hangings and beheadings occurring at a rapid pace and riots occurring all too often. Justification of the violence must be predicated on the urgency and justness of the cause that it took place on behalf of and on the relative necessity for violence in achieving the French Revolution's goals. Thus, in order to make a determination on this issue, it..."

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