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The Three Estates Enlightenment Ideas Economic Crisis Weak Leadership
1 st Estate – Clergy 1% of the total population Pay no taxes 2 nd Estate – Noblemen 2% of the total population Collect “Protection” Taxes Pay no taxes
3 rd Estate – Everyone Else 97% of the total population Workers Peasants Bourgeoisie
3 rd Estate begins to challenge the authority of 1 st and 2 nd estates Reinforced the ideas of equality and liberty
High Taxes High Prices Food Shortage Huge spending by the King and Queen
Meeting of the Estates- General Establishment of the National Assembly Tennis Court Oath Storming of the Bastille
3 rd Estate refuses to be dominated by the 1 st and 2 nd estates Asserted their Independence
Ended the Absolute Monarchy Began a French Representative Gov’t
King forced to yield to the demands of the National Assembly
July 14, 1789 Prison Becomes symbol of the revolution
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