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09/08/2019

To what extent was the monarchy the primrary cause of the french Revolution?

QUESTION
To what extent was the monarchy the primrary cause of the french Revolution?
Can u tell me four evidence for essay and supporting details

ANSWER
It is a matter of perspective.
Society was changing rapidly, more people (even women) were being educated.
Middle class folk were starting to think and test their own mettle (brain matter). There was an astounding notion about that all people were born equal.
From those in the Middle and Lower Classes, when they looked at the titled and the royals, all they could see was malevolent self-centredness.
The great chasm in terms of wealth and lifestyle between the poor and the well-to-do had been under construction for centuries. The royals had started to pay attention to the poor and downtrodden but it was now too late (and seen as too little or even as nothing). Those in the Royal Family of the time were actually simply the misfortunate ones to be alive and seen as in control at the time of the whole (inevitable) happenstance.