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How different was France of 1799 from that of 1789?
By 1799, France was very different from the acien r&eacute;gime which ended in 1789 with the French Revolution. The areas where change occurred the most were in the society, government, legal system and the Church. Although there were some changes in the economy, this remained the area that had the most continuity. The changes that took place during these ten years in France were very forward thinking for those times and brought France from a backward society into a more civil one.
French Society in the acien r&eacute;gime was divided into three class structures; the First…
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