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1. How would you describe a sans-culotte? Be sure to read the entire document and provide several specific descriptors.A person that is not rich but does all the work for the republic.2. What does a sans-culotte value? Support your answer with severalpieces of evidence from the primary source.Knows how to till a field; to forge iron; to use a saw; to roof a house, to make shoes, and to spill his blood to the last dropfor the safety of the Republic.
3. How do you think this description of a sans-culotte supports the revolutionary values in France during the French Revolution? 4. Based on this primary source, what specific type of person does a revolutionary disapprove of? What kind of activities would this type of person participate in? Describe 2-3 of these activities.A sans culotte. He knows how to till a field; to forge iron; to use a saw; to roof a house, to make shoes, and to spill his blood to the last drop for the safety of the Republic. In the evening he goes to the assembly of his Section. A sans culotte always has his sabre well sharpened, ready to cut off the ears of all opponents of the Revolution. As soon as the drum beats you see him leave for the Vendee, for the Army of the Alps, or for the Army of the North.
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Voltaire, United States Declaration of Independence, Age of Enlightenment, Reign of Terror, Estates of the realm