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Q: Which of the following were not demands of the women who marched on Versailles? a. They demanded bread. c. They demanded equality to men. b. They demanded to see the king. d. All of the above.
A: They mostly hated the monarchy and especially Marie Antoinette, who spent money lavishly on her lifestyle, while the people were starving to death. [ I am sure hunger was an issue, but also they wanted to get rid of the king and have a more democratic type of government, such as the Parliament in England. The people were treated very badly at that time and were just fed up with it. The answer is
letter D. all of the above. ]
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User: Which of the following was not outlined in the Napoleonic Code? a. Religious tolerance c. Equality between men and women b. Equality amongst classes d. Equality in job advancement

User: Which of the following were not demands of the women who marched on Versailles? a. They demanded bread. c. They demanded equality to men. b. They demanded to see the king. d. All of the above.

Weegy: They mostly hated the monarchy and especially Marie Antoinette, who spent money lavishly on her lifestyle, while the people were starving to death. [ I am sure hunger was an issue, but also they wanted to get rid of the king and have a more democratic type of government, such as the Parliament in England. The people were treated very badly at that time and were just fed up with it. The answer is letter D. all of the above. ]
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User: The term __________ describes a strong loyalty to your culture, language, and territory. a. suffrage b. nationalism c. secular pride d. directorial leadership

Weegy: The term NATIONALISM describes a strong loyalty to your culture, language, and territory.
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User: In order to legitimately claim control of Austria, Napoleon married the Austrian Princess Marie-Louise allowing him to claim royal authority. True or False?

Weegy: No. Napoleon wanted to have a male heir in order to start a dynasty, because his wife, the empress Giuseppina was no more able to give birth to children. That was his main goal. [ Of course the marriage with the Austrian princess, would meant also political advantages for Napoleon but also for Austria, thanks to the alliance that would have been stipulated between the two Powers. So, Napoleon had no interest to marry Marie-Louise in order to obtain a "major" control over Vienna, also because he had sincerely fallen in love with her. ]
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User: Which of the following statements about Olympe de Gouges is not true? a. She wrote the Declaration of Rights for Men and Women. c. She was sentenced to death by guillotine. b. She was a prominent women’s rights advocate. d. She was arrested for accusing the Jacobins of corruption.

Weegy: Which of the following statements about Olympe de Gouges is not true? a.She wrote the Declaration of Rights for Men and Women.
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