Results of the French Revolution

1) the fall of absolutism, the proclamation of the principles of universal freedom and equality;
2) the elimination of internal customs, the introduction of a unified monetary system, a system of measures and weights;
3) creating conditions for the development of the capitalist economy and industrial revolution;
4) the destruction of the remnants of senior relations in the village, the abolition of the estates;
5) the influence of the ideas of the French Revolution on the further development of not only Europe, but also other continents;
6) demonstration of the danger of using terror as a means of solving problems.

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