The Monarchy of The French Revolution

My name is Claire. I was someone in a needy family. Until that day where there’s an inequality. I grabbed out my old notebook. It was full of dirt then, but I still can use it. But for now, it’s an emergency. Talk to you later!

Something has changed. I’m not sure what, but I know that it has to be the revolution. If you have asked me, then I’ll say it’s about the monarchy, liberty and equality. From 1789 to 1799, perspectives have changed, and things have changed. People’s thinking was being changed about how things should be done. When I attended to go in the march of Versailles, just at that moment, I finally know what they are thinking. It’s about the inequality and how they’re fighting for themselves because of the prices they can’t afford. So, they were still trying to fight for it even if it won’t really happen.

Also notice how the people’s beliefs were changed. How it went from a fight of complete monarchy to a country for freedom and liberty. I remembered for that time when the terror had happened. A lot of people was brought out and was being killed. It’s not fair for us and we decided to protest. My beliefs were changed by how the people stood up and won new laws. The French revolution ended by Bourgeois, when he installed a new government which followed the principles of freedom, liberty, and equality for everyone.  There were things that didn’t change though, for example how there were still people that didn’t get happy, and how the ruler for the country stayed for a male ruler. I grabbed out my worn-out journal again, and decided to write my fantastic journeys throughout the revolution.