France’s inefficient and unfair system of taxation made it impossible for the government to raise enough money to cover these expenses or repay its debts. Few of the wealthy, including the bourgeoisie, paid a fair share of taxes. The tax burden fell most heavily on the peasants who were least able to pay. France was in a peculiar position- it was a prosperous nation with an empty treasury. The only answer seemed to be to tax the nobility and clergy. …show more content…
Many bad things were going on in religious field so there was very much unrest in society against clergies. Revolutionaries destroyed their special rights, properties of church, land was confiscated. Educational rights were taken off. Religious institutions brought under control of government.
• Rise of Nationalism - Revolution destroyed inequality it created unity among people and got inspiration to nationalism. They successfully opposed internal and external rivals of the revolution. The democratic movement began in Europe and then in world also.
The French Revolution of 1789 was a great changable event in the history of the world. The ultimate rule in France, the despotic rule of the Burbo dynasty, anarchy in administration, inefficiency of Louis XIV, arrogant queen Marie Antainette, such bad political condition and in addition to it climax of inequality was in France. The French philosophers like Rousseau, Montesque, Voltaire awakened people against these injustices and inspired them for