Reasons for the French Revolution

The most important causes of the French Revolution were the nation's debt, the refusal of the nobility and the clergy to pay taxes, egalitarian philosophies, and high food costs.
Louis was indecisive, hated dealing with the government, paid little attention to his advisors
The social and psychological burdens of the many wars of the 18th century, which in the era before the dawn of nationalism were exclusively the province of of the monarchy.

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