It was mainly the people of the 3rd class of the then French society...not any party,I think.
No. The 3rd class of the society FORMED the Jacobins Club. But not a party
if the third class have formed it then we can say that it was a party of them only
More like a revolt. A party is about non violence and etc etc. BUT they slew the last French king Louis XVI(probably) AND they used violence. Are you getting my point?
they used violence to get their rights
under the instructions of their leader
Although its electoral support has declined in recent decades, the PCF retains a strong influence in French politics, especially at the local level. In 2012, the PCF claimed 138,000 members including 70,000 who have paid their membership fees.[2] This would make it the third largest party in France in terms of membership after the Union for a Popular Movement (UMP) and the Socialist Party (PS).