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Friday, May 28, 2004

France, History Of, Sale of national lands

The Assembly had not lost sight of the financial crisis that precipitated the collapse of absolutism in the first place. Creating an entirely new option for its solution, the Assembly voted to place church property - about 10 percent of the land in France - �at the disposition of the nation.� This property was designated as biens nationaux, or national lands. The government

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