anonymous
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What role did the Jacobins play in the French Revolution? A. The Jacobins reached an agreement with moderate French leaders to end the revolution. B. The Jacobins opened French government to full participation by women. C. The Jacobins returned France to a monarchy by supporting Napoleon. D. The Jacobins instituted a radicalized government in France.
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Nurali
  • Nurali
i think The Jacobins instituted a radicalized government in France. Jacobins: went around guillotining everyone. They were the major radical political party, and once they took power they started de-Christianising everything, getting really tight on 'counter-revolutionaries', and they introduced the Committee of Public Safety (who were the people who actually started guillotining, like, *everyone*)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay. thank you so much
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  • Nurali
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Nurali
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anonymous
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Thank you lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
The Jacobins served as the primary promoters of republicanism during the French Revolution, and they passed various reforms to promote equality and personal freedom during their brief control of France. However, they ushered in the Reign of Terror, a period of time when the Jacobins sought out and executed anyone whose political beliefs differed even slightly from their own.
anonymous
  • anonymous
D.
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d - The Jacobins instituted a radicalized government in France.

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