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how did the views of society differ between the nobbles and peasants in 1789 france
1789 was the beginning of the French Revolution and the differences were fairly obvious (and basically the same things we deal with now - such as taxes being different for rich and poor, [ etc) Causes of the French Revolution include the following: A poor economic situation and an unmanageable national debt were both caused and exacerbated by the burden of a grossly inequitable system of
taxation, A resentment of manorialism by peasants, wage-earners Food scarcity in the months immediately before the revolution; High unemployment and high bread prices resulting in the inability to purchase food; A resentment of noble privilege and dominance in public life by the ambitious professional classes ]
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