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Long Term Causes of French Revolution
Tennis Court Oath
The long term causes in the French Revolution was that people were not equal. Each class was not equal. The first and second estate that did not pay any taxes. The Clergy and the nobles were in the two classes. The Tennis Court Oath and the Bastille were the significant events that took place.
Storming of the Bastille
The Estates General is people who are in the Legislative body consisting of representatives of the three estates. The Estates General Makes laws and also concludes problems the estates may have. The estates general came to be when the king implemented it in 1789.
The Tennis Court Oath is a pledge to never separate until France got a constitution. The Tennis Court came to be because people were locked out of their own court, so they made their own oath at a tennis court. They will keep on meeting until they get their constitution.
The Storm of the Bastille was when there were rumors that the king would occupy the city and lead to an angry mob of French People. The Storm of Bastille were a bunch of people looking for weapons. They were breaking down the Bastille.
The Revolution began in France. There was an outrage of people. It then became into a revolt. They released prisoners and they killed the warden. This is how the revolution started.
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