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When the Estates General met in Versailles in May of 1789 they took an oath not to adjourn until a Constitution like the United States had been created. From 1789 to 1799 France was ruled in some form as a Constitutional monarchy and later as a Republic. Perhaps the most important document that was created by France’s government during this time was the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizens. The Declaration was adopted on August 26, 1789.
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