To what extent were the personal weaknesses of the monarchs responsible for the failure of absolute rule in France in the years 1715- 1815

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  • To what extent were the personal weaknesses of the monarchs responsible for the failure of absolute rule in France in the years 1715- 1815
    • Monarch
      • Regents
        • Fleury
          • Jansenist issue
          • Generally peaceful time
          • Character
        • Orleans
          • Polysynodie
          • Character
          • John Law Systeme
        • Bourbon
          • Marriage
      • Louis XVI
        • TiNCaBiN
        • National Assembly
        • Estates General
        • Character
      • Louis XIV
        • Legacy of louis XIV
        • Debt left
        • Power and Influence
      • Louis XV
        • Flagellation Speech
        • Coup Maupeou
        • Character
        • Grand Remonstrances
      • Napolean
        • War!
    • Factors
      • Religion
        • Jansenist issue
        • Jesuits
        • Clergy
        • Decline in religious beliefs
      • Finance
        • Debt
        • Always a major issue
        • Bad Harvests
      • Parlements
        • Union des classes
        • Different to when LXIV was king1
      • War
        • 7 Years war
        • War of Austrian Succession
        • American War of independence
      • Enlightenment
  • Orleans
    • Polysynodie
    • Character
    • John Law Systeme
  • It was the Kings fault, but...
  • They were stubbornly medieval...

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