Why did Philip IV call the States General in 1302? Why was he not afraid that his deputies would be overthrown, like John Landless in England?

Both problems of Philip IV in 1302 – the struggle with Flanders and with Pope Boniface VIII – were the national problems of France, their solution was equally important for the king and for the townspeople.

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