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Peaesents didn't have to pay more taxes after Napoleon took charge. The most concrete results of the French Revolution were probably achieved in 1789-91, when land was freed from customary burdens and the old corporate society was destroyed. This "abolition of feudalism" promoted individualism and egalitarianism but probably retarded the growth of a capitalist economy. Although only prosperous peasants were able to purchase land confiscated from the church and the emigrant nobility, France became increasingly a land of peasant proprietors. The bourgeoisie that acquired social predominance during the Directory and the Consulate was primarily composed of officials and landed proprietors, and although the war enabled some speculators and contractors to make fortunes, it delayed economic development. The great reforms of 1789-91 nevertheless established an enduring administrative and legal system, and much of the revolutionaries' work in humanizing the law itself was subsequently incorporated in the Napoleonic Code. Politically, the revolution was more significant than successful. Since 1789 the French government has been either parliamentary and constitutional or based on the plebiscitary system that Napoleon inherited and developed. Between 1789 and 1799, however, democracy failed. Frequent elections bred apathy, and filling offices by nomination became commonplace even before Napoleon made it systematic. The Jacobins' fraternal--and Jacobin-controlled--community expired in 1794, the direct democracy of the sansculottes was crushed in 1795, and the republic perished in 1804; but as ideals they continued to inspire and embitter French politics and keep right and left, church and state, far apart. The Revolution nevertheless freed the state from the trammels of its medieval past, releasing such unprecedented power that the revolutionaries could defy, and Napoleon conquer, the rest of Europe. Moreover, that power acknowledged no restraint: in 1793 unity was imposed on the nation by the Terror. Europe and the world have ever since been learning what infringements of liberty can issue from the concepts of national sovereignty and the will of the people.

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* - French people finally overthrew the aristocracy of the day and took control. * - It swept away the French monarchy and nobility * - The French Revolution may have been bloody and violent, but in the end it changed the economical, political, and social structure of France forever. * - Probably the best reforms to come out of the Revolution were the reforms that would be the cornerstone of a legal and administrative system that still endures. * - Beginning of democracy

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- From 1791 there was an elected Legislative Assembly to pass laws

- The king was to be called the King of the French instead of the King of France

- The old administrative areas and dioceses were abolished and 83 new departments were created

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The results of the 1830 French Revolution (also known as the July Revolution) included the end of the attempted absolute monarchy of Charles X, The end of the House of Bourbon's reign in France and the accession of king Louis-Philippe and his constitutional monarchy known as the July Monarchy.

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The three baic principles of the French Revolution are :- 1. Liberty 2. Equality 3. Fraternity

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Three immediate results of the French War were that the first constitution was written as was the Napoleonic Code. French schools were built for the first time in the country's history.

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1700 people died

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