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2014-06-18T16:26:01+05:30
1 END OF MONARCHY
It marked the end of absolute monarchy and paved the way for republican goverment  .
2 LAID FOUNDATION OF DEMOCRATiC PRINCIPALS 
IT upheld the theory of soverignity and laid foundation of democratic principals.
Ideas of liberty ,fortinity ,these slogan became the founding milestone for democratic goverment .
3 ABOLATION OF CENSASHIP
freedom of press ,speech ,and expressim became the national rights of citizens .
4 END OF PRIVILLAGES 
Taxes would borne by all the people irespective of there birth or states .
5 RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
Free exceries of religion worship and abolishin of taxes collected by the church was granted by the new constituion.


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2014-06-18T16:34:53+05:30
The French Revolution, though it seemed a failure in 1799 and appeared nullified by 1815, had far-reaching results. In France the bourgeois and landowning classes emerged as the dominant power. Feudalism was dead; social order and contractual relations were consolidated by the Code Napoleon. The Revolution unified France and enhanced the power of the national state. The Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars tore down the ancient structure of Europe, hastened the advent of nationalism, and inaugurated the era of modern, total warfare.
 Although some historians view the Reign of Terror as an ominous precursor of modern totalitarianism, others argue that this ignores the vital role the Revolution played in establishing the precedents of such democratic institutions as elections, representative government, and constitutions. The failed attempts of the urban lower middle classes to secure economic and political gains foreshadowed the class conflicts of the 19th cent. While major historical interpretations of the French Revolution differ greatly, nearly all agree that it had an extraordinary influence on the making of the modern world.


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