A)The new form of government doesn't hold up because they are too moderate: The King was forced to accept a new government with a National Assembly in charge, and July 14, 1789, became French Independence Day, or Bastille Day. The most permanent changes were made early in the Revolution- the abolition of feudalism and the adoption of the Declaration of the Rights of Man, a statement declaring basic human rights. One major problem for the new government was its creation of the Civil Constitution of the Clergy, which abolished special privileges of the Catholic Church in France and put it under state control.
B) The government collapses: France had protection of property and reformation of taxation made during the French Revolution, it would help France’s economic recovery. The outcome increased freedom. The legal establishments of estates was no longer a thing. France in the nineteenth century changed between being constitutional monarchy, a republic, and an empire, and back to being a republic.
C) Radicals perpetuate violence :With the king having to accept the new government this caused many problems with the people such as burning down houses, and peasants rose up against nobles. The government feared this urban population could easily turn to violence. Another factor of this violence was the guards located in Paris were involved with the common people, which encouraged riots and violent behavior. During the taking of the Bastille some were killed, more brutal beheadings and the head of the commander of the garrison was placed on a pike and displayed with pride.
D)Radicals eliminate any opposition: Napoleon beat the Russia, Prussia, and Austria armies. His armies had northern Italy, making a kingdom out of several Italian states. Napoleon’s conquest helped bring an end to the Holy Roman Empire and united several German states into a Confederation of the Rhine.