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Before the French Revolution, there were three social classes. The First, Second, and Third Estates. Which was the largest group, but had the least say in the government? A. The First Estate B. The Second Estate C. The Third Estate
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The Third Estate comprised all of those who were not members of the others and can be divided into two groups, urban and rural, together making up over 97% of France's population.
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