The Reign of Terror lasted from the spring of to the spring of The first and the second estate i. Perhaps most importantly, how much authority would the king, his public image further weakened after a failed attempt to flee the country in Juneretain?
In Junethe Jacobins seized control of the National Convention from the more moderate Girondins and instituted a series of radical measures, including the establishment of a new calendar and the eradication of Christianity. There were memers of the third estate and each of the first and second estates.
Pretend that you are a reporter sent to cover these events. The King was given a suspensive veto over laws, which meant he would only have the power to delay laws being made, not stop them. France observed 14th July as the Independence Day. They also did not pay any tax to the king.
The King and Queen were taken prisoner. It was the most powerful group in France. What were its legacies? The following month, amid a wave of violence in which Parisian insurrectionists massacred hundreds of accused counterrevolutionaries, the Legislative Assembly was replaced by the National Convention, which proclaimed the abolition of the monarchy and the establishment of the French republic.
With compelling commentary exploration. There are many similarities between these two documents, but there are also ways in which they are distinct.