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Unformatted text preview: (c) corruption of the people led to monarchy (d) they should become citizens like everyone else 4) Robespierre believed that terror was justified because (a) private interests were more important than public interests (b) the means justifies the end (c) the aristocracy demanded it (d) without it, virtue was powerless 5) When faced with execution by the guillotine, Robespierre (a) pleaded for mercy (b) attempted suicide (c) accepted it stoically (d) obtained a pardon...
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- Fall '08