Cause And Effects Of The French Revolution

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The French Revolution had actually five causes, but actually the main reason was that French was passing by some financial problems, but we have a lot of other reasons like: we had the Revolutionary situation, the social inequality, the Enlightenment ideas, the debt, the taxation, the failure of reforms etc. French Revolution started in 1789 and ended in 1799 and yes was the same time that the big political leader Napoleon Bonaparte was in France command. What do you think? It’s going to be a good or a bad thing for France and the Frenches? Let 's see. One of the major reasons to the French Revolution to happen was the absolute monarchism. Absolute monarchism is a king and queen system and they had absolute power. France in 1789 had a absolute monarchy system ruled by queen Marie Antoinette and king Louis the sixteenth. Absolute monarchism was bad to France because they have just a little connection with the citizens of France and the government and that is the opposite of social contract. Other reason to the Russian Revolution to happen is the state system. The state system worked like that: the top ruler was the clergy that was just .05 percent of the population they were the catholic church. The second state were the nobles that were landowners the rich people that is 1.5 percent of the population, and finally, everyone else that didn’t command anything that we 're just normal poor french citizens that were made by 98 percent of the population. That is social
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