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The Rights of Man: French Revolution
One could argue that a man's conscience is but a subtle hindrance when justifying one's actions. The Revolutionary leaders, thus, found themselves in a predicament when fighting for rights and freedoms of only a select group of French citizens. This struggle excluded women and slaves in the French kingdom and its colonies, and the revolutionary elite did not allow rights and freedoms to be enjoyed by all. How can one justify giving natural, civil, and political freedom to one and not to another based just on his skin color? …
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