AP European History: The French Revolution.
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In the 18th century in France, there was a horrible economy, since Louis XIV spent a lot of money on wars and buildings, so France needed new sources of income. The main way to do this was taxes. However, the peasantry was already squeezed dry. So, they went to the nobles to demand money. However, the parlements resisted this, and they could annul laws. Therefore, Louis XV stopped convening them. Louis XVI then reinstated the parlements and found out that they were still against him. Turgot, the advisor of the king in economics, was a Philosophe. He wante…
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