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During the early 1800s France was emerging as a violent nation and eventually at the Congress of Vienna Frances fate was decided It was chosen that they would be lead by Louis the XVIIi who was a Bourbon so that the other monarchs would not have to worry about an attack from a French force again When Louis XVIII died he did not have a heir so it was decided that Charles X his brother would reign the throne He was a believer in the days of an absolute monarchy and he tried to show his power by disolving the Assembly or the legislature and ending freedom of press and speech He also removed much of the peoples voting rights so as to make sure he would be in power He was then abdicated after parisian workers forced him to leave in three glorious days After Charles X was abdicated a new constitution was put into effect This one had less ties with the old royal family The new king was decided on being Louis Phillipe who was the cousin of Charles X He was not very related with his cousin and he wore and spoke like a citizen he was nicknamed Citizen King He ruled for 18 years during 1830 to 1848 It became very obvious that the king didnt have the people in his mind and wanted return to a complete monarchy as well He was forced to abdicate the throne after some angry demonstrationers Next after Louis Phillipe came Louis Napoleon He was the nephew of the famous general from the glory days of France He was elected more for his nme than his actual skill or abilities He won popularity from the Army the Church and the middle class so that he could direct a coup de etat on December in 1851 He then had a country-wide vote on whether to give him full power He became a dictator and proved
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