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Use this History and Western Heritage video entitled The French Revolution to study how The French Revolution represents a culmination of 18th-century ideas, economic transitions, and subtle transformations within the European social structure, and was a direct response to the obvious abuses of what we now call the "old regime," but the influence of Enlightenment thinking, the development of modern capitalism, and the related growth of cities were all motivating forces for the The French Revolution.

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