French Revolution Test Review Guide-113 The test will be in two parts. Part One will be multiple choice and matching questions that focus on key terms, people, and events of the Revolution. For your studying pleasure the possible subjects of Part One questions have been grouped on this sheet. revolution counterrevolution coup d’etat radical liberal moderate conservative absolutist left center right proletariat bourgeoisie aristocracy House of Bourbon clergy elite Girondins Jacobins sans-culottes emigres social mobility social unrest divine right constitutional monarchy republic dictatorship National Assembly Legislative Assembly The Commune Committee for Public Safety Directory Tennis Courth Oath Constitution of 1791 Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizens Civil Constitution of the Clergy Constitution of 1795 Louis XVI Jacques Necker Mirabeau Rousseau Napoleon Miscellaneous: Versailles Storming of the Bastille Reign of Virtue / Reign of Terror Part Two will consist of two short-essay questions and one multipleparagraph essay. Each of your short-essay answers must be at least a full paragraph, will a key idea, three supporting details, and a conclusion. You will choose which question will be your long essay. Here are the questions (notes will not be allowed): 1. Explain how the ideas of the Enlightenment served as fuel for the French Revolution. 2. Compare the Moderate phase (1789-1792) of the Revolution to the Radical phase (1792-1795). 3. Do you think Napoleon should be considered a hero of the French Revolution?