What are the reasons and consequences of the revolution in France in 1848?

The French opposition in the middle of the 19th century began to fight to establish a republic as a state structure. The reasons for the revolution, which began at the beginning of 1848, were the dissatisfaction of the French with the king’s policy and the existence of feudal systems, which significantly hampered the development of the capitalist system. Large sections of the population sided with the French Revolution, since they needed the granting of political rights and freedoms to them. They were not satisfied with the property qualification in all areas.

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