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Napoleon and the French Revolution
Some of history's greatest rulers such as Peter the Great, Catherine the Great, Frederick the Great, and Joseph II have been considered to be enlightened despot. One of these was also Napoleon Bonaparte. They ways by which Napoleon has been considered to be a despot are through his economic policies, religious and educational policies, and the Code Napoleon.
The term "enlightened despot" has been used to describe many great rulers, but it might be misinterpreted. The word "enlightened" means to be influenced by the values and ideas of the Enlightenment. …
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