Tax of the 45 centimes
This tax represents an increase in the imposition of 45%. For a tax of 100 francs poured in 1847, one must this time pay 145 francs.
The tax of the 45 centimes, strongly unpopular, detaches a good part of the peasants of the Republic incipient at the moment from the elections to the National Assembly. The government must agree of the reductions for the small taxable ones and takes care not to require perception until the elections of it. It is only after the elections of the April 23rd that resistance develops. The failure of the general Louis Eugene Cavaignac with the presidential election of 1848 is partly due to the fact that the republican government, that it chairs between June and December 1848, does not abolish this tax and requires perception firmly of it.
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