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Homework Help: Socials-Ms. Sue

Posted by Sara on Tuesday, October 20, 2009 at 10:06pm.

Ms. Sue My paragraph is almost done. I did it on Microsoft Word. Also where would I put the contributions of these women, I really don't know where to put them, can you please help.

French women have always been politically active in times of disasters. They were the ones in charge for putting bread on the table, and during times of poverty, such as starvation, when bread was out of stock or worth a lot. However even in their toughest times; these women managed to survive and confront everything. The women helped with the French Revolution by demanding an end to bread shortage, and high prices of bread, by confronting the National Assembly and the king. Charlotte Corday helped with the French Revolution by sparing some Girondins from execution. Jeanne Roland helped with the French Revolution by establishing the republic, and ending the monarchy. The women also helped storm the Bastille. They took the king and queen to Paris where they and other royals were later beheaded. They also spoke out in favour of Liberte, Fraternite, Egalite.

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