Section 2. RADICAL REVOLUTION AND REACTION 1790’s. II.RADICAL REVOLUTION AND REACTION The revolution became more radical because of internal divisions and because of fear of foreign invasion. A. the Move to Radicalism
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II.RADICAL REVOLUTION AND REACTION
The revolution became more radical because of internal divisions and because of fear of foreign invasion.
A. the Move to Radicalism
Unrest was fueled by continuing food shortages, military setbacks and rumors of royalist conspiracies. Rumors spread that imprisoned nobles were meeting to defeat revolution. New leaders of the people appeared like Jean Paul Marat.
1. The First Republic
September 1782, newly elected National Convention began
to meet. Drafted new constitution which created the
2. The Fate of the King
These were the 2 dissenting groups of the National Convention.
3. Crises and Responses
2. The Republic of Virtue
C. A Nation of Arms