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2014-07-01T21:24:07+05:30
Through terror/war they never reach there objectives ,what they looking for. The onely achivement i w'd say "paranoia( wrong belief/miss conception) and fear(hatred among there own)"
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2014-07-01T22:16:39+05:30
Many historians have debated the reasons why the French Revolution took such a radical turn during the Reign of Terror of 1793–94. The public was frustrated that the social equality and anti-poverty measures that the Revolution originally promised were not materializing. Jacques Roux's Manifesto of the Enraged in 25 June 1793 describes the extent to which, four years into the Revolution, these goals were largely unattained by the common people.[6] The foundation of the Terror is centered on the April 1793 creation of the Committee of Public Safety and its militant Jacobin delegates. The National Convention believed that the Committee needed to rule with "near dictatorial power" and the Committee was delegated new and expansive political powers[7] to quickly respond to popular demands.[8]
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