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 Essay on French Wave Social Groups

Essay on French Wave Social Groups

FrenchВ Revolution: В AssignmentВ #2В IdentifyВ theВ majorВ socialВ groupsВ inВ FranceВ onВ theВ eveВ ofВ theВ 1789В Revolution. В AssesВ theВ extentВ toВ whichВ theirВ aspirationsВ wereВ achievedВ inВ theВ periodВ fromВ theВ meetingВ ofВ theВ EstatesВ GeneralВ (1789)В toВ theВ DeclarationВ ofВ theВ RepublicВ (1792)В ByВ theВ endВ ofВ theВ 18thВ century, В theВ socialВ classesВ inВ FranceВ eachВ hadВ distinctВ characteristicsВ andВ goals. В TheВ 1st, В 2nd, В 3rdВ EstateВ hadВ differentВ needs, В heavilyВ influencedВ byВ theirВ individualВ subdivisionsВ andВ placeВ onВ theВ socialВ scale. В AsВ progressВ wasВ madeВ inВ effortsВ ofВ theВ Revolution, В eachВ socialВ groupВ achievedВ theirВ aspirationsВ toВ differentВ extents. В TheВ firstВ andВ highestВ groupВ onВ theВ socialВ scaleВ inВ FranceВ wasВ theВ 1stВ Estate, В orВ theВ clergy. В DespiteВ makingВ upВ noВ moreВ thanВ 1%В ofВ theВ population, В theВ clergyВ hadВ possessionВ ofВ approximatelyВ 10%В ofВ theВ land. В TheВ clergyВ wasВ exemptВ fromВ taxes, В ratherВ payingВ aВ " voluntaryВ gift” toВ theВ governmentВ everyВ 5В years. В WithВ manyВ decisionsВ regardingВ theВ nationВ inВ theirВ hands, В theВ clergyВ didВ notВ haveВ theВ sameВ goalsВ asВ theВ restВ ofВ theВ population, В butВ theirВ dissatisfactionВ withВ theВ absoluteВ monarchyВ madeВ themВ vitalВ playersВ laterВ onВ forВ theВ otherВ socialВ classes.…...

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