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4. What was a “public office”?
5. Why did the bourgeoisie invest in education?
6. List three functions of the Catholic Church in French society.
1. Function 1
2. Function 2
3. Function 3
7. What were the parlements (note the spelling)?
8. What were the goals of the Enlightenment?
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