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he phrase born of the Declaration of the Rights of Men calls for a. Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness c. Life, Liberty and Equality b. Life, Liberty, and Freedom d. Life, Liberty and Fraternity
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The phrase born of the Declaration of the Rights of Men calls for: Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.
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Weegy: he National Convention decreed a mass levee on August 23 1793. User: Leading painter during the French Revolution User: Clemens von metternich (More)
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Jacques Louis David was the leading painter during the French Revolution.

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The bourgeoisie belonged to the Third Estate
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Marvel2, you are still not flagging a lot of wrong answers when correcting them. Also, quizlet is not a lot better than Q&A sites and that seems to be the only source you are using. I understand that sometimes it is the only source you can find, but in many cases you should be able to get better sources.
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Ok Deb .I didn't knew my source is not credible .I will find other sources .And i will flag the wrong answers .Thank you
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Weegy: c. Church leaders generally supported nationalist goals User: Which of the following goals represents the ideology of nationalists? a. Establishment of a homeland for people with a common heritage b. Restoration of power to royal families c. Acceptance of an established church d. Tolerance for ethnic minorities (More)
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D. Ethnic groups generally supported nationalist goals.
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