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How did the enlightment ideas contribute to the revolutionary mood in france?


Question asked by: hijklmn

Asked on: 21 Oct 2010

The rights of individuals started to become more accepted and prevalent in people's minds through the enlightenment: such as their right to liberty, and that rulers had some sort of duty to their people and thus the people could rebel if let down by their leader.
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