This is the author, a well known intellectual that helped define the ideas of the original American government, and supported the American and French Revolutions through writings and pamphlets that inspired people everywhere.
This person was an Irish parliamentarian and political theorist that disagreed with the author about the French Revolution and was criticized many times during the book.
Marquis de la Fayette
This person was a friend and ally of the author and a famous French military officer who aided the United States in the American Revolution, and presented the Declaration of the Rights of Man to the French Assembly.
This person was the first President of the United States of America who was also greatly admired by the author.
The English Government
This institution disapproved of the French Revolution because it threatened their power.
The National Assembly of France
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