The French Revolution (the effects of capitalismsocialism and the National Assembly

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October 27, 2015

 

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Nobles essentially controlled production and distribution, thus creating some resentment on the part of the regular people of peasants. In Marxist theory, socialism is the stage after the proletarian revolution when a society is changing from capitalism to communism, marked by pay distributed according to work done rather than need but in this case socialism was the cause of a proletarian revolution (a revolution headed by the working class)...
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Although self-sufficiency remained the predominant way of economic life, capitalism began drawing everyone into some form of regional and international exchange. Daily life for peasants (owners of small family farms and there workers) stayed the same amid these economic and population shifts. Peasants, although differing considerably in wealth and status could almost never claim to be living nobly?n (meaning they rented their land to others to work)...
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