Why France of the XVII – the first half of the XVIII century. called “Bureaucratic” monarchy?

In the 17th and 18th centuries, the French Bourbon dynasty was in power. Their policies led to the development of a bureaucratic apparatus in state power. At this time, feudal relations and absolute monarchy were established. This combination led to the elimination of estate bodies in the state and legislative associations. At this time, in France, kings gave positions at their discretion. Many people from different strata have come forward in the service. The early privileged people were not always able to take office according to the old order.

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