The Consequences of the French Revolution within France were as follows:(a) Feudalism was destroyed and all the laws of the Old Regime were cancelled.(b) The lands of the Church and the nobles were confiscated and these were bought by the middle classes who now became politically powerful.(c) All privileged classes were abolished.(d) Capitalism became the new economic system.(e) The word 'nation' was given a new meaning which stressed on the people being the source of all power and authority. The nation was sovereign and no foreign power had authority to interfere in its internal matters.(f) The Jacobins gave to all, the right to vote and to revolt, and to have their grievances settled.(g) Slavery was abolished in all French colonies.(h) In 1792, all non-propertied classes (workers, peasants, artisans) were given equal political rights.(i) The ideas of social equality and socialism became popular.