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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Maximilien de Robespierre What He Did to Influence the Revolution: By late 1793, Robespierre had emerged as the dominant figure on the Committee of Public Safety. He favored the Republic and opposed the war in 1792 because he feared it might aid the monarchy. To Maximilien de Robespierre, the republic of virtue meant whole-heartedly support of the republican government. He made policies that included the exclusion of women from active political life, the de-Christianization of France, and the use of revolutionary tribunals to dispense justice to alleged enemies of the republic. Secured the execution of certain extreme san-culottes leaders and turned against other replicants in the Convention. On June 10th, he secured passage of the Law of 22 Prairiral, which permitted the revolutionary tribunal to convict suspects without hearing substantial evidence about them. The number of executions grew rapidly.On July 26th, Robespierre made an ill-tempered speech in the Convention, declaring that they were conspiring against him. None of the members felt safe so the next day they arrested him and sentenced him to death, pictured on the right. He was the creator of his own destruction. Who he was : Maximilian Robespierre was a shrewd and sensitive French politician during the French Revolution.The Jacobins Club provided his primary goal and base of power. References Information from : pages 553-555 (older textbook) Pictures from : pierre.htm Robespierre
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