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Title: A Historic Overview of the French Revolution

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Subject: History
Author: Violet B
Date: September 12, 2010
Level: University
Grade: A
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Law divided society divided in to three groups called estates. The first estate was made of up clergy; nobles comprised the second and the rest of the citizens, the third estate. The third estate resented certain advantages of the first two estates. The clergy and nobles did not have to pay most taxes...

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The clergy and nobles did not have to pay most taxes. The third estate, especially the peasants, had to provide almost all the country's tax revenue. Many members of the middle class were also worried by their social status. They were among the most important people in French society but were not recognized as such because they belonged to the third estate...

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