Was trying to give insight on why he thinks national

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was trying to give insight on why he thinks “national unity stands above estate or local interests”(Perry 96). “The Third Estate(average or common citizen) embraces then all that which belongs to the nation”( Sieyes in Perry, 97). It’s maybe a page if not a little a less than a page. 4. For what audience was the document made? He was making pamphlets for the wider public. He was giving insight on why he does not accept the unique privileges of the nobles. 5. Why do you think this document was created? To show what Emmanuel does not accept the unique privileges of the nobles Observe 1. In your own words, summarize what the document says. Emmanuel is basically saying that he doesn't like the unique privileged nobles. That if they were able to “abolished” the “privileged order” than national togetherness would become stronger(Sieyes in Perry, 97). To abolish the privileges that the nobles have and not the rest of the majority of the population has than it would make the nation more united. 2. Identify at least two thing about this document you think are important. This document was a catalyst for the French Revolution with the ideals used throughout the revolution
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Shows how the enlightenment has influenced the world Contextualize 1. List two things the document tells you about life in the place and time it was created.
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  • Spring '16
  • Francesca Bortoletti
  • Age of Enlightenment, Emmanuel Joseph Sieyès, Date of the document

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