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    'How accurate is it '... How would you structure a question asking you 'How accurate is it to say that in the period 1788 to July 1789 the main threat to monarchy was the Parisian crowd?' Any help would be much appreciated .....
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    'How accurate is it '... How would you structure a question asking you 'How accurate is it to say that in the period 1788 to July 1789 the main threat to monarchy was the Parisian crowd?' Any help would be much appreciated .....
    You need to understand the question. Its asking for an opinion. o give an opinion, then you need all the relevant details.

    In this case you need to id all the threats to the monarch during the period. List and understand them (including the crowd).

    What were they and why a threat. Throw in some facts or evidence.

    Then write your reply, which is basically going to say.

    During this period there were x threats to the monarchy, what they were and why they were a threat. Cover the dowd first, but then go through all the other threats.

    You can reflect and write on whether it was the main or one of many or a minor threat and whether the statement is accurate.
 
 
 
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