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What is the significance of the year 1848 for France?

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The year 1848 was the year which witnessed great hardships. The population of Paris suffered from food shortages and unemployment. The following were the significance of the year 1848 for France –

• Republic was formed which provided suffrage, i.e., the Right to Vote in political elections to all the male adults above 21 and promised Right to work. Accordingly, national workshops were set up to provide employment opportunities.

• It also brought the refusal or rejection of the Monarchical power in France in 1848.

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