Women in the French Revolution

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History

 

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Don G

 

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April 11, 2013

 

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University

 

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A

 

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While these roles had a huge impact on the equality between mean and women this impact did not last. Individuals such as Olympe de Gouges and Marie-Jean Roland inspired women to become involved in the revolution because of their significant political achievements that are still discussed today. Without the service and intelligence women brought to France in this era, the revolution would not have progressed as it did...
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Without the service and intelligence women brought to France in this era, the revolution would not have progressed as it did. During the French Revolution women demonstrated vast amounts of political participation. While doing their daily routines such as hauling water or shopping many women shared ideas and beliefs, which soon led them to participate in political and ceremonial functions...
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