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1. The French Revolution was started with a promise to fetch equality in the then French Society. The poor people of the third estate were hopeful of a better society where the conditions for them would change for the good. However, the French Revolution did not bring what it promised. The comparatively wealthy people of the Third estate that is the Commoners were benefitted to a great extent by the French Revolution as they gained power and became influential.

2. The first two estates that are; the Clergy and Nobility were forced to relinquish their power, and major portions of their lands were confiscated and also, the privileges that they used to enjoy were taken off. The King also lost his throne, and a new group of capitalists emerged in France.

3. The condition of the poor peasants and merchant did not change much. Equality was not introduced for all as even after the revolution the poor people were not given the right to vote.

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