Napoleon's Domestic Policies in France?


Napoleon's greatest domestic policy in France was the 'NAPOLEONIC CODE' which guaranteed equality under the law for all male citizens. He signed a Concordat with the Vatican that permitted Catholics to exercise their belief freely and also provided spiritual liberty to Jews and Protestants.
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Perhaps the most important thing to say about Napoleon's domestic policies is that they were aimed at giving him more power. Napoleon created a domestic government where government
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Napoleon Bonaparte was a leader in France since 1804 to 1815. Napoleon established policies both domestic and foreign policies. Some of his domestic policies include stabilizing the economy of France, civil code and establishing public education.
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