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Which of the following would be considered bourgeoisies? a. Merchants c. Farmers b. Urban workers d. Street vendors
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User: Which of the following would be considered bourgeoisies? a. Merchants c. Farmers b. Urban workers d. Street vendors

Weegy: MERCHANTS would be considered bourgeoisies.
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User: To give up power

Weegy: To give up power is called Abdicate.
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User: At the ______________, nobles were stripped of their titles and their lands were seized. a. Palace of Versailles c. Jacobin Convention b. National Convention d. Tuileries Palace

Weegy: At the National Convention, nobles were stripped of their titles and their lands were seized.
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User: Threats to Napoleon's empire included all of the following, except a. the Battle of Austerlitz. c. the Congress of Vienna. b. Alexander I. d. nationalism.

Weegy: Threats to Napoleon's empire included all of the following, except: The Congress of Vienna.
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User: What was the mission of the Jacobins? a. To restore voting rights to all people. c. To eliminate all traces of monarchy. b. To obtain equal rights for women. d. To suppress peasant revolts.

Weegy: The mission of the Jacobins : To eliminate all traces of monarchy.
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User: The 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

Weegy: The phrase born of the Declaration of the Rights of Men calls for: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.
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User: The bourgeoisie belonged to which of the following groups? a. the First Estate c. the Third Estate b. the Second Estate d. the aristocracy

Weegy: The bourgeoisie belonged to the Third Estate.
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User: Which of the following would not have been considered a bourgeoisie? a. Banker c. Lawyer b. Doctor d. Priest

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Priest would not have been considered bourgeoisie.
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