The French National Assembly established a constitutional monarchy and, in 1791, adopted a new constitution that created a Legislative Assembly. Both supported a republican form of government. In October 1791, the newly elected Legislative Assembly took office, but falling currency values, rising prices, and food shortages renewed turmoil. 1. was a role model for moderates. Most of the 745 deputies elected to the Legislative Assembly had a record in provincial or municipal government or the public service. The sans-culottes, however, were working-class men and women who were not in the Legislative Assembly. The Mountain: radical republicans; urban class • Its leaders, Danton and Robespierre, sat on the uppermost left-hand benches of the assembly hall. Not all the words and names in the box will be used. Two factions emerged within the Jacobins: a. They tended to be people with successful careers in local politics. Able-bodied men were called up to the war. Both the Jacobins and sans-culottes were French radicals. (ii) By 1916, railway lines began to break down. Each word can be used only once. Elections for the Legislative Assembly were held in September 1791. Many were members of the Cercle Social and the Jacobin Club who had not won seats in the National Constituent Assembly. Radicals and Moderates. (iii) Large suppliers of grain were sent to feed the army. Working class and middle class "Popular Radicals" agitated to demand the right to vote and assert other rights including freedom of the press and relief from economic distress, while "Philosophic Radicals" strongly supported parliamentary reform, but were generally hostile to the arguments and tactics of the Popular Radicals. ... *What were members of the Legislative Assembly, that "Did Not" want change to existing conditions called? were a revolutionary political club of mostly middle-class lawyers and intellectuals. For the people in cities, bread and flour became scarce. Both the Jacobins and sans-culottes were French radicals. Few were nobles, very few were clergymen, and the majority came from the middle class. As one of its first actions, the convention declared the French monarchy abolished on September 21, 1792, and on the following day declared France a republic. Terms, People, and Places Fill in the blank in each sentence with the letter of the correct word or phrase from the box. *What were the City-Dwelling Middle Class called? Working-class men and women, called sans-culottes, pushed the revolution in a more radical direction, and demanded a republic. The Legislative Assembly first met on October 1, 1791, and consisted of 745 members, mostly from the middle class. The radicals in the Legislative Assembly were called the . As a result, there were labour shortages and small workshops producing essentials were shut down. Finally voted itself The sans-culottes, however, were working-class men and women who were not in the Legislative Assembly. The next three years were dominated by the struggle for political control, exacerbated by economic depression and social unrest. The body that replaced the Legislative Assembly following a successful election in 1792. c. A majority of the members of the National Convention were Jacobins and republicans, who were well-educated middle class. Three factions quickly formed in the new Legislative Assembly, known as the radicals (liberals), moderates (centrists) and conservatives, similar to those political movements today in the United States. Lots of disagreement on domestic issues. Name Class Date A. The Jacobins were a revolutionary political club of mostly middle-class lawyers and intellectuals. Bourgeoise *What was one tenth of a person's income paid to the church called? 2. 2. The members were generally young, and since none had sat in the previous Assembly, they largely lacked national political experience. 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