anonymous
  • anonymous
The French Revolution I REALLY need a short argument about why the people in the Third Estate should revolt against Louis XVI. Please include info about the different social levels, and don't let it be too long.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Well, the people of the Third Estate needed to revolt because the social classes had grow so far apart that there was a huge gap between the rich ( ruling class) and the poor. There was literally no middle class by the time the revolution hit. Also, Louis did nothing to help his people. he let his advisors do most of his rule making decisions and spent lots of the French Governments money for his own pleasure. The third class was starving as their king lived lavishly.

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