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On June 17, 1789, The third estate declared that it was the nation assembly and would draft a constitution.
On July 14, 1789, Parisians stormed the Bastille and demolished it brick by brick.
Rumors that foreign troops were coming to stop the revolution spread from village to village and this caused many peasants to break into the houses of nobles to destroy their records of obligation.
On August 26, the national assembly created the declaration of the rights of man and the citizen that proclaimed that all men were free and equal.
On October 5, a group of parisian women marched to Versailles and forced king Louis to accept the national assembly's decrees.
The new revolutionary government decided to seize and sell church lands to increase the state's revenue.
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