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Besides a national debt, which financial innovations contributed to Britain s victory in the Seven Years War
Merchant banks, a stock exchange, and insurance companies Domestic investors, foreign borrowers, and colonies Domestic investors, a stock exchange, and colonial taxes Merchant banks, a stock exchange, and foreign borrowers
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The French Estates-General represented which three groups in French society?
Weegy: When the Assembly of Notables gathered in 1787 it refused to agree to the reforms ? again there was a vested interest ? why would they agree to lose their privileges? The nobles believed the account given by Necker?s Compte Rendu and some argued [ [ that such an assembly could not decide such fundamental reforms. Callone was attacked over his reforms and Louis replaced him with Brienne. The Assembly of Notables dissolved saying that only the Estate-General could agree such fundamental changes. There were bad harvests in 1786 and an economic crisis stimulated by the Eden Treaty. These were damaging as they reduced the amount of tax which could be collected. Brienne watered-down Calonne?s proposals as France were facing bankruptcy. Again the Paris parlement refused to register the edicts saying that only the Estates-General could agree such measures. There were Parisian demonstrations in June 1787 in favour of the parelment?s position. This made Louis exile the parlement in August 1787. The financial situation became dire and Louis was forced to recall the parlement ? he said he would call the Estates-General in five years time. Louis passed the reforms by a lit de justice, those that questioned this were imprisoned without trial. This caused the parlement to question whether the king was able to imprison without a trial. Meanwhile there were riots in Renne and Grenobles (?Day of the Tiles?) in support of the parlement. The church also sided with the parlements voting only a small ?don gratuit?. These events can be summarised as a revolt of the nobles. This pressure forced the King to call the Estates-General and recall Necker. Necker made it clear he would do little until the Estates-General was called. As the Paris Parlement was recalled it considered the make up of the Estates-General. ] ] (More)
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The French Estates-General represented which three groups in French society? Clergy, nobility, and commoners Clergy, bourgeoisie, and commoners Clergy, nobility, and military Nobility, commoners, and colonists User: The French Estates-General represented which three groups in French society?
Weegy: When the Assembly of Notables gathered in 1787 it refused to agree to the reforms ? again there was a vested interest ? why would they agree to lose their privileges? The nobles believed the account given by Necker?s Compte Rendu and some argued [ [ that such an assembly could not decide such fundamental reforms. Callone was attacked over his reforms and Louis replaced him with Brienne. The Assembly of Notables dissolved saying that only the Estate-General could agree such fundamental changes. There were bad harvests in 1786 and an economic crisis stimulated by the Eden Treaty. These were damaging as they reduced the amount of tax which could be collected. Brienne watered-down Calonne?s proposals as France were facing bankruptcy. Again the Paris parlement refused to register the edicts saying that only the Estates-General could agree such measures. There were Parisian demonstrations in June 1787 in favour of the parelment?s position. This made Louis exile the parlement in August 1787. The financial situation became dire and Louis was forced to recall the parlement ? he said he would call the Estates-General in five years time. Louis passed the reforms by a lit de justice, those that questioned this were imprisoned without trial. This caused the parlement to question whether the king was able to imprison without a trial. Meanwhile there were riots in Renne and Grenobles (?Day of the Tiles?) in support of the parlement. The church also sided with the parlements voting only a small ?don gratuit?. These events can be summarised as a revolt of the nobles. This pressure forced the King to call the Estates-General and recall Necker. Necker made it clear he would do little until the Estates-General was called. As the Paris Parlement was recalled it considered the make up of the Estates-General. ] ] User: Besides a national debt, which financial innovations contributed to Britain’s victory in the Seven Years War? Weegy: You can find answer to that ... (More)
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