Peyton Snidanko-Causes of the French Revolution

Peyton Snidanko-Causes of the French Revolution

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  • I pay half of my income in taxes!
  • Why should we pay so much when the other estates don't pay nearly as much?
  • We're not fully represented in the legislature!
  • We only get one vote for 98% of the population!
  • Here's a list of things I need, go out and get it for me.
  • Things you need1? How about want! This list is about 3 feet long!
  • The first and second estate barely had to pay any taxes while the third estate had to pay half their income.  
  • King, you have to make a decision soon!
  • Each estate had one vote, though the third estate has 98% of the population, they still only get one vote. Which made it so that the first and second estate could easily outvote the third.
  • Declaration of the Rights of Man Men are born and remain free in equal rights Liberty Property Security Resistance to Opression
  • The Queen, Marie Antoinette was a royal member of Austria, which is France's enemy. She also bought many lavish things such as gowns and jewels. Spending so much money while the rest of France was hungry made her even more disliked. It earned her the title "Madame Deficit."
  • Uh, sorry but under the National Assembely, you have to be elected to be a priest.
  • I would like to join Seminary!
  • King Henry the XVI was an indecisive leader. He often just let the matters go and he didn't listen to his advisors. The Queen also gave him bad advice which just made matters worse.
  • Mmmm, let me think about it for little while longer.
  • The Declaration of the Rights of Man is a document that the National Assembly created. In it, they stated natural rights and they wrote their Whslogan, liberté, égalité , and fraternité. Which translate to liberty, equality, and brotherhood
  • One of the reforms of the National Assembly was to take away the power of the Church. They did that by making the priests paid by state officials and had to be elected. The devout Catholics were then distanced from the Assembly.
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