To the Finland Station; a Study in the Writing and Acting of History - Part 2, Chapter 1-2 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 1-2 Summary and Analysis

The French Revolution brought about the end of feudalism but didn't end class conflict. The result was a concentration of wealth in the hands of a few. At the time of Revolution, Babeuf was twenty-nine and worked at promoting the Revolution. He was constantly in and out of jail. He tied to instigate a conspiracy to limit goods to raise its political and economic quality. When out of prison, he joined the underground and belonged to the insurrectionist committee that had their agents in the police and army,. He was arrested again.

Babeuf felt that the abuses of the Revolution were being undone. Revolutions are caused by the pressure put on the people. It doesn't matter what the rulers want at this point. The power is with the people who are unhappy. The purpose of society should...

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