- Compare the French Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the citizen with the English Bill of Rights and the American Bill of Rights.
- "In its origins and initial objectives the French Revolution was essentially a middle-class
movement." Defend or refute this statement.
- Why did the French Revolution involve conflicts between France and other countries?
- Examine the role of women in the French Revolution.
- "The French Revolution made the career of Napoleon inevitable." Defend or refute this
- Trace the specific applications of the concepts "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity" during the course
of the French Revolution.
- Examine, in as many ways as you can, the interplay between ideas and experience in the French
- Compare the causes, course, immediate results, and long-term effects of the French and
- To what extent was Napoleon a true "Son of the Revolution"?
- Compare the objectives and accomplishments of the Congress of Vienna to the theory and
practice of a "balance of power" in our own recent history and today.