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Increased trade led to the growth of French population
population growth led to increased size of French cites and towns.
Larger, more heavily populated towns meant a larger French middle class, leading to the decline of serfdom.
The French middle class sided with the King in his struggles with the nability.
A movement to free the church of control by the rich landowners grew for the Benedictine monastery in cluny.









The church expanded its presence in security. The number of Monastic orders grew, and promoted arts, education and scholarship.
Th raising influence of the church and Christian religion strengthened the religious basis of the French then on. French Kings were crowned in formal religious ceremonies
with the popularization of Christianity, the French decided to take part in the Crusaders.
Participation in the Crusaders enhanced the Monarchy's prestige. It also allowed them to redirect the warring tendencies of the landowners outside the country.
with increased prestige, a strengthened economy, and an improved military, the French Monarchy had successfully made its self a strong political force.