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How was France's population divided?
a) Three Estates
b) Three Districts
c) Three Kingdoms
d) Three Taille

What was France's chief tax?
a) The Taille
b) The Estate
c) The Nobility
d) The Bourgeoisie

Who was exempt from the chief tax?
a) The clergy and the nobility
b) The clergy and the commoners
c) The nobility and the bourgeoisie
d) The nobility and the commoners

The relics of feudalism, or aristorcratic privileges, were....
a) obligations that peasants still had to their local landlords.
b) bones and other items belonging to saints.
c) taxes that the nobility had to pay.
d) three orders of the population.

The bourgeoisie...
a) was the middle class and a part of the Third Estate.
b) was a type of sandwich.
c) was a relic of feudalism.
d) was the largest segment of the Third Estate.

The resons for the finacial crisis in France were...
a) bad harvests, a slowdown in manufacturing, and government spending on wars and court luxuries.
b) the lack of gold found in the Americas under French control and Marie Antoinette's wigs.
c) Marie Antoinette's extravagance and unemployment.
d) government spending to help the American colonists against Britain and Versailles.

What problem did the Third Estate have with the way the Estates-General voted?
a) Each estate had one vote.
b) Each deputy had one vote.
c) Taxation without representation.
d) Very few people in the Third Estate could read the ballot.

After finding the doors locked, the National Assembly moved to another location and swore to meet until they had produced a French constitution. This was called the...
a) Tennis Court Oath.
b) Basketball Court Oath.
c) Constitutional Oath.
d) Bastille Oath.

The common people saved the Thrid Estate from the king's forces and stormed the ...
a) Bastille.
b) Bakery.
c) Market Place.
d) National Assembly.

The king and queen of France during the French Revolution were...
a) Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.
b) Louis IVX and Madame Pompador.
c) Henry VIII and Anne Bolyn.
d) Phillip and Elizabeth II.

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