The French Revolution: Social Estates
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The first estate were the richest of all the estates, they lived in luxury. They were leaders of the churches, monasteries, and they were educators. This estate collected tithes from the peasants.
Nobles never had to work because they were wealthy. They rarely had to pay taxes, and they lived in luxury like the first estate. This estate had almost complete authority over peasants.
The third estate were all the people who were not rich. They were forced to go into the military, and there were three categories in this estate. The bourgeoisie were the richest of the third estate, then there were the peasants, and the Sans Culottes.
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