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The National Assembly voted to pay off the huge government debt by A. selling lands owned by Louis XVI. B. raising taxes on property. C.
selling Church lands. D. instituting an income tax.
The National Assembly voted to pay off the huge government debt by selling Church lands.
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User: The National Assembly voted to pay off the huge government debt by A. selling lands owned by Louis XVI. B. raising taxes on property. C. selling Church lands. D. instituting an income tax.

Weegy: The National Assembly voted to pay off the huge government debt by selling Church lands.
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User: The poorest members of the Third Estate were… A. bourgeois families B. urban workers. C. nuns and priests. D. philosophes.

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The poorest members of the Third Estate were: Urban workers.

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