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Taxation was a major crisis.
Old system of National assemblies last met in The king called on the estates general - to discuss the coming crisis. Church Everyone else aka the third estate This system was totally bias towards the nobility.
The church and nobles got to start to vote and if they both voted the same the third estate did not even get to vote.
Church Third estate Twice as many seats in the third estate since they are so many more in reality. This was a more fair way of voting.
This was done so that it would be equal. The king turns to the highest court in France, called the Paris Parliament which consist of noblesand let them decide which "plan" the country should follow.
Since the court were made up of nobles the went for the nobles plan. Estates General Meets The third estate boycotts proceedings for six weeks After a while they meet in an indoor tennis court Oath of the Tennis Court Declares themselves the French Government The swear to be good to France This is not good for the king since he needs the third estate to be able to get the church and nobility to pay taxes The kings calls upon 18, troops to watch over the tennis court The mob Failed harvest led to record high price of bread Desperate peasants roam the country and congregate in Paris Bastille stormed A roomer is spread that the bastille contains a lot of grain When people get there and ask about it a guard fires his weapon Then the people storms the bastille "March of the women" 20, march on Versailles forcing the royal family to return to Paris.
New Constitution Nobility and Church lose privilege All equal before the law Church property confiscated Half male population permitted to vote Protestant, Jews and agnostics become full citizens Citizenship based on residence in the country and allegiance to its government This is the first sign of Nationalism.
This proves to be a more efficient system then the last feudalism. Here it is not loyal to the King or the Price but loyal to the country and loyal to France.
The Jacobins were divided into two main groups Girondins -moderates mainly from the provinces - in majority more people Montagnards — mostly from Paris - more radical - vote for executing the king wins Vote to to execute Louis Paris Commune the city government of Paris Sansculottes — workers, merchants and artisans They went out on the streets and tried to control the people with e.
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