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The fear was that the rebels would overtake the throne and since Louis xvi was a uncable leader he surrender his throne and he was the last french ruler
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-Great Fear of 1789 in the French Revolution, is a period of panic and protests carried out  by peasants and others because of the rumours spread that the king and the other members of the 1st and 2nd estate would overthrow the 3rd estate.
-To stop all this the national assembly 
decreed the abolition of the feudal regime and introduced the Declaration of the rights of man and of the citizen signed by the king.
-This happened in the beginning of the french revolution that is 1789.
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