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The Classe Populaire in Revolutionary France

The Revolutionary Lower Class
Revolutionaries
People
sans-culotte
Politics
The Life
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  The urban poor are often associated with revolutionary ideologies of the French Revolutions. We will explore the literary interpretations of the lower-classes, as well as looking at the actual historical facts. The urban class did play a large part in the French revolutionary era. In 1789, the sans-culottes greatly influenced the revolution. The revolution of 1789 forever remained in the memory of the classe populaire.
 Revolutionary men prepare to fight for liberty and justice in 1789. Men (and women) from various backgrounds participated in the revolutions during the nineteenth century. This illustration exemplifies that men from different races, and different economical backgrounds fought together for the rights of every man.
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