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King Louis XVI was his own enemy!
Some say that the French revolution was caused by King Louis XVI being too young and inexperienced to rule a country, while others feel that it was the fault of both the kings of the revolution (Louis XIV and Louis XVI). I believe that both these relevant points are true to a certain extent.
In 1774 at the mere age of twenty, King Louis XVI came into power. When Louis was empowered there were many problems that France was already suffering. Bankruptcy was a huge problem in France, the amount of money that King Louis XIV had borrowed was enormous, and the national debt was very high. This p…
- King Louis XVI was his own enemy!
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