Saturday, March 23, 2019

French Revolution :: European Europe History

French RevolutionEssay What were the reasons and results of the French alteration?In 1789 financial times were hard in France. The peasants were upset that the nobles were upkeep lavish lives collecting taxes, while they suffered. The prices on food were rising and the tribe were starving. The French social system was outdated and consisted of three degreees. The first class consisted of the clergy. They paid no taxes and led the best lives. The second estate was the nobles. These were sight who held top jobs in the government. The third and largest estate was the peasants. The people paid the close to taxes and suffered the most. These people paid for Frances deficit spending. Deficit spending is when the country spends more(prenominal) money than is coming in. Louis XIV left France deeply in debt. done out the 1700 taxes gradually rose to help repay this debt. By 1789 half(a) its taxes went to paying the interest on this debt. This frustration led to revolt. On terrific 4 th peasants attacked the Bastille. The peasants raided the Bastille but found no arms. This lead to a broad change in the government. The French government, in late August issued the answer of the Rights of part. The Document was modeled in part of the American Declaration of Independence. In it stated that all men are born and remain free. Man also had the rightfield to enjoy natural right or the right to property, security and resistance to oppression. It also said there are no different in man except his virtues and talents. It also granted immunity of religion and called for taxes to be levied according to ones pay. But this was still not abundant for some. Working class citizens called sans-culottes pushed the revolution into some more radical action. By 1791 many sans-culottes demanded France become a republic. They also wanted the government to fix the government gives them living wages. Wars waged over France between those who supported the republic and those who dis tant it.

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