After King Louis came into power, his poor leadership and the First Estate's lavish spending incurred massive amounts of debt. As a result of this, already high food prices skyrocketed, and the people could no longer afford food. One reason they went into debt was because they helped fund the American Revolution. At the time, do you think it was a smart decision? Why or why not.
The stories about the King and his Queen quickly spread throughout the country. The people learned about their inability to herald an heir, which caused civil distrust and loss of national pride. Additionally, the people learned about King Louis weak political nature and the lavish spending of his court, which also lead to unrest. Do you think the people were fair in hating the King because he could have a kid, even though he couldn't control it?
As a result of these corruptions of the rights of the people, the people rebelled against the King in a dramatic and forceful fashion. They stormed the armories and started the French Revolution. In the long run, do you think France benefited from the French Revolution?