The French Revolution Story

The French Revolution Story

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Julian A. Arellano

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  • King Louis XVI was an absolute monarch, this meant that he had absolute power. He was easily persuaded, lacked confidence and ignored obligations.
  • After the disagreement of the estates, the third estate was locked out of the estates-general meeting. They vowed to keep meeting until a new constitution is formed. 
  • The third estate charged Bastalle,  a prison in Paris.  They freed all the prisoners and took weapons and reserves to assist them.
  • The estate-general was the gathering of the three estates.  The first estates were the clergy. The second was the nobles.  The third was everyone else, one vote per each estate, which was unfair for the third estate as they had more people and would be outvoted by other estates.
  • one vote per person
  • one vote per person
  • Their were many problems one of the main reasons for the disagreement of the estates was the bad harvest that increased the price of good and bread. Also, the king and queen spent a lot of money at Versaillies.
  • Get him!
  • The beheading of King Louis XVI marked the ending of the monarchy. 
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