The Calling Of The Estates pick up the phone king louis xv1

Today is May 6th of 1789, and yesterday word has that King Louis XVI has called the estates general . Yes, it has been over 175 years since a meeting has been called for the circumstances of the government which would make it difficult for the member to agree or come to terms with a reasonable resolution. Jacques Necker, Swiss Banker and finance maker for King Louis XVI was a critical decision maker in this consequential meeting. This meeting was called to discuss the controversy between the clergy , nobility, and commoners. However, the commoners were kicked out o the meeting .Being a member of the nobility I understand the suffering and pain the commoners go threw, no being able to feed their families.

By Isidore-Stanislaus Helman (1743-1806) and Charles Monnet (1732-1808) (Bibliothèque nationale de France) [Public domain], <a href="https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AEstatesgeneral.jpg">via Wikimedia Commons</a>
Jacques Necker was born in Geneva, on September 30, 1732. He became a very wealthy man through financial speculations . He Madame de Verménou who birthed Germaine de Staël.
Sieyes is a clergyman and political member of the third estates. Born on December 27, 1748.

On the other hand , Clergyman & political writer, Emmanuel Sieyes believes that everyone should be have equal representation & genuine representatives. This is understood, however, how will us nobility & clergymen adapt to this drastic change after not having to pay taxes for this long. Will the commoners rebel ? Will we seek a solution that satisfies all estates ? Or will this continue to be a great ruckus?

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Created with images by mechanicalcurator - "Image taken from page 302 of 'Thrilling Incidents of the Wars of the United States. Comprising the most striking and remarkable events of the Revolution, the French War, the Tripolitan War, etc. With three hundred engravings. By the Author of “The Army &" • Stifts- och landsbiblioteket i Skara - "C H G Necker" • Stifts- och landsbiblioteket i Skara - "Emanuel Sieyes"

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