prove that the french revolution was inevidable.
- There was an increased burden of taxation on the people of the third estate. The members of first two estates did not pay any taxes and enjoyed all privileges.
- The third estate not only paid taxes to the government but also to the Church.
- The French Monarchs and nobles engaged themselves in luxurious and extravagance at the royal court. The monarchs did not care for the well being of the people.
- Teachers, lawyers, writers, merchants and intellectuals formed the third estate. They opposed the repressive taxation system and privileges enjoyed by the members of the first two estates
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