French Revolution

French Revolution
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Amy Carrillo

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  • In 1789, France had found itself in major debt crisis. Louis XVI had raised taxes to solve this issue but, this most effected the Third Estate.
  • Due to the revolution the price of food had gone up. Peasants had few money, a piece of bread would have to last for a week. Many lower class people died due to starvation.
  • The king really needs to stop taxing us!
  • Enlightment Philosophers talking about the king.
  • Stop talking about just taxes but, we all need equal rights!!
  • Tennis Court Oath On June 20, 1989 Third estate, National Assembly, decides to hold a meeting on tennis courts. This meaning of this meeting was for vowing not to separate until the constitution had been established by France.
  • Storming of the Bastille On July 14, 1789 the Third Estate made some demands to the king. One of those demands was that commoners should have more say in government.
  • We want more say!
  • On October 5, 1789 women demanded more bread. They also demanded for bread to be at a fair price.
  • WE WANT MORE BREAD!!!!
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