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Deals with the bourgeoise Louis XVI and the other classes in Revolutionary France Good work The years before the French Revolution which started in 1789 AD were ones of vast unexpected change and confusion One of the changes was the decline of the power of the nobles which had a severe impact on the loyalty of some of the nobles to King Louis XVI Another change was the increasing power of the newly established middle class which would result in the monarchy becoming obsolete The angry and easily manipulated peasants who were used by the bourgeoisie for their own benefit were another significant change and finally the decline of the traditional monarchy that for so long had ruled were all factors to the main point that the French Revolution was caused by a political base with social disorder and economic instability contributing to the upheaval All of the sub-factors relate with one-another but are separate in their own ways For centuries the French noble was well set in society He found prosperity and security in the old regime and all he had to do was pay homage to the king and provide the king with his services This all came to a gradual stop however beginning with the loss of the nobles power over their own land at the hands of Louis XIV1 This was the foundation of the revolte nobiliaire in the fact that it formed a basis of mistrust and anger for the monarch2 In that time the feudal system was still being practiced so social status was based on the amount of land you could attain With no land the nobles saw themselves to be as common as the common folk Even in their arrogance they saw that they were losing power The next blow to the pride of the nobles came from Louis XV who passed a bill to let wealthy commoners purchase prominent spots in political and social
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