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Unformatted text preview: 2. Liberty 3. Secularization of the Church 4. Constitution of 1791 a. Creation of the Legislative Assembly 5. Laissez-faire economic policy II. The second stage: Radical Republicanism, 1792-1794 A. Foreign threat: Declaration of Pillnitz and French declaration of war against Austria B. Emergence of the Jacobins C. Rise of the First Republic 1. Louis XVI deposed 2. Election of the National Convention D. The Terror: Execution of the king and queen and up to 20,000 others E. Cultural warfare 1. Attacks on Christianity 2. New calendar 3. Name changes F. Total war against the First Coalition III. The third stage: The thermidorean reaction, 1794-1799 A. Constitution of 1795 and creation of a new Legislative Assembly 1. The Directory B. The coup d = tat of Napoleon Bonaparte, 18 th of Brumaire 7 (November 9, 1799)...
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