The french revolution- "The Terror was the triumph of violence over ideals"
The ideals commonly associated with the French revolution of 1789-1794 are "Liberty, Equality and Fraternity". Articles like the Cahiers and the "Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen" published early in the revolution were inspired by the Enlightenment and growing dislike of the Ancien Regime and the king's oppression.
They are clear demonstrations of the ideals of the revolution- mainly being equality before the law, freedom of speech and a united France.
In the search for achieving these ideals however, violence was used often to an amazing extent as the revolution became rad…
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