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because the radical revolutionaries believed in natural rights these rights say everyone has the right of freedom, liberty and property. the monarchy during this time was coruped. there were three estates the first to estates the clergy and the nobles had teh most money but did not have to pay taxes. the people who had to pay the taxes was teh third estate the pestants. the radical revolutionaries did not think that this is right.

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To give people a suffrage and to make France a republic

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It opposed the Monarchy bcse the third estate(peasants) fought for their rights. they ddnt lived a fair life. They had to pay most of the taxes. They were starving but the King never helped

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