Opposition to war with Austria (1792): he said that the stability of the country was more important, the force wasn’t a proper way to stop the Revolution.
Abolition of slavery (1791): he argued in the National Assembly that black people must have the same rights, he argued for the slavery trade.
Execution of Louis XVI (1793): he delivered a speech that demonstrate Louis’s trial, he argued for the death penalty for Louis.
Edict of Tolerance (7 November, 1787): Let non-Roman Catholics (Huguenots, Lutherans and Jews) a civil status and the legal right to practice their faiths.
Convoke of the the Estates-General (1789): propose solutions to France’s financial problems, it ended rising taxes.
Executed by treason (1793): he tried to escape to Varennes having 33 charges.
Freedom of speech
Popular sovereignty: social equality
Approved in the National Assembly that the Third Estate convoked.
Women in marketplaces searching for bread and food (5 October)
Attack on the palace: they wanted to kill the queen, women entered to the palace killing guards to find the queen.
End of the Monarchy of Versailles: Louis became “prisoner” of the Third Estate until his execution.
Abolition of feudalism: abolish the seigneurial rights from the Second Estate and the tithes gathered by the First Estate.
National Assembly: a revolutionary assembly.
New constitution: Liberty, Equality & Fraternity (Liberté, Egalité et Fraternité).
Threatened by the foreign monarchs: interfere in the behalf of Louis.
Girodins: they wanted war to spread the revolution across Europe.
Louis XVI: he wanted war to change the dynamics of the Revolution in his favour.
Constantly war with foreign coalitions.
Executions stopped, Jacobin political club was closed and royalists were relaxed, food supplies were regulated.