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Louis XVI was forced to dismiss his financial advisor, Jacques Necker, when Necker proposed A. reimposing manor dues. B. reducing court spending. C. abolishing tariffs on internal trade. D. taxing the First and Second estates.
Louis XVI was forced to dismiss his financial advisor, Jacques Necker, when Necker proposed D. taxing the First and Second estates.
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Louis XVI was forced to dismiss his financial advisor, Jacques Necker, when Necker proposed D. taxing the First and Second estates.
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