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The circumstances that lead to the revolutionary outbreak of the protests in France, a combination of social, economic, political, and intellectual position. They are discussed below is (I) to the Social order, a lot of those. The privileged classes were the clergy and the nobles, to the First and Second class, respectively. They are exempt from the payment of income tax. The remaining citizens to belong to the Third class consists of the majority of the befolkningen. De had no political rights or social status, but to pay all of the taxes. So, they are very unhappy. As the royal treasury was empty, and a lavish lifestyle, the royal, and the war in France, where a lot of poor people. There was no money to give to the poor, and when the harvest was poor. (iii) The policy of the King’s reign as a dictator, and the people had no say in any decision. The prime minister of the united states (the), we have not seen for a number of years. The administration was inefficient and corrupt, and chaotic. At that time, a number of philosophers refuted the theory of the divine right of the ruler’s power. They preached the doctrine of the sovereignty of the people, and the equality of all human beings. For they kindled a fire of discontent, by doing the evil acts of the king and the nobility.