French Revolution Essay | Tyranny and Terror of the Radical Revolution in France

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Tyranny and Terror of the Radical Revolution in France

Summary: Essay discusses the tyrannical policy and the terror created by the radical French revolution.
It was the summer of 1793; there was a situation of life and death that threatened the Bourgeoisies Revolution. Counter-revolution menaced on two fronts; on the frontiers of France where invading Europeans were looking for a convenient way to acquire land, and, the Girondin/ Federalist rebellion that was likely to split the revolutionary movement into two opposing sides. By remaining loyal to their liberating ideals, the bourgeoisies were forced to adopt tyrannical policies as a mean to preserve their power and their revolution.

Besiegement and the sheer weight of Pressure plunged France into chaotic conditions. The value of assignats used to finance the Revolution fell by half. Price inflation, continuation of food shortages, and various peasant rebellions against the Revolution were abundant across the countryside. France was close to civil war. Meanwhile, the revolutionaries found themselves not only at war with Austria...

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