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He gave high taxes there was uneven amounts of fairness to the three estates. the third estates had to pay all the taxes but they were the least wealthy unemployment was over 50% when he ruled Debt was approximately 4 billion king and queen didnt participate much and had other people do the work for them they were big spenders and spet some of taxpayers money on luxuries for themselves and on wars.

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