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Constitution of 1791 and Beginning of Radical Phase

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Enlightened Document
Due to the traces of enlightenment in the Constititution of 1791, the French viewed the constitution as a perfect example of an _ _.
This philosophe's ideas appeared in the Constitution of 1791 by representing the General Will.
He was represented in the Constitution by the presence of a separation of powers.
His ideas were shown in the Constitution of 1791 because only the active, not passive, citizens could involve in voting. These active citizens comprised mostly of bourgeoisie and nobles, not the sans-culottes, peasants, or other radical groups.
Passive Citizens
The Constitution of 1791 ultimately failed to satisfy the agenda of the _ _, because it did not meet the liberties of the lower classes that they comprised of. These lower, more radical, groups did not want the political liberties that the constitution of 1791 provided. One of the two problems of the Constitution.
Louis XIV played a major role in the Constitution of 1791 by being the _ leader, despite the fact that he showed previous evidence of being against the Revolution. This is one of the two problems of the Constitution.
When Louis XIV tries to escape to _ from the radical city of Paris.
Constitution of 1791
When Louis XIV is recaptured, a document he wrote before he left stating his opposition of the Revolution was found. People found out about this and disliked his executive power because of it. This caused the _ _ _ to disintegrate and be rid of by the National Assembly.
_ things made the Revolution go radical.
Austria and Prussia would invade France and end the revolution under certain circumstances with the Declaration of _.
Nobles that fled France in fear of the raging peasants who would destroy the residences of the nobles. There was a fear in France that these nobles would hook up with Prussia, etc., so that they could invade France and end the Revolution (Great Fear, I think that's the proper term, but idk)
Counter Revolution
_-_, also the Vendee, included groups of people like the clergy, royalists, and peasants who opposed the revolution.
Paris Commune
Before the National Convention, the _ _ ruled the government of Paris. This group overthrew the moderate Parisian mayor, and took his role. This group consists of radical sans-culottes, who participated in mob actions. Since they were in control, and Paris was the head of the revolution, this put extreme radicals in control of the revolution.