French Revolution, Revolution and failure of constitutional monarchy (part 2/4)

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Who was the most important member and leader of the Jacobin's
Maximilian Robespierre
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Why was he so popular?
1)a man of the people 2)was deemed to be uncorruptable 3)passionate speaker and strong leader
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Who was the founder of cordilers?
Danton
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Why was he so popular?
1)man of the people 2)he founded the cordilers 3)had authority and position in Paris Commune
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Who founded the gridirons?
Brissot
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Why was he popular?
1)he owned a successful newspaper 2)man of the people 3)spoke for the people
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Who was Mirabeau and who did he support?
he was a Jacobin but supported Lois and a constitutional monarchy
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what where consequences of Mirabeaus support of royal family?
1)accused of being a monarchist 2)accused of being payed by royal family. 3) was also unpopular due to denouncing of violence
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Who was Lafayette?
Was responsible for conception of dec of rights of man
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Why did Lafayette leave France in 1792?
His arrest was ordered by the radical parties
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