1) Why does the French Revolution not end in 1791? 2) In January 1793, after th

1) Why does the French Revolution not end in 1791?
2) In January 1793, after the execution of Louis XVI, the National Convention issued a proclamation to the people of France. Within the proclamation it said: “Citizens, the tyrant [Louis XVI] is no more … Now, above all, we need peace in the interior of the Republic, and the most active surveillance of the domestic enemies of liberty. Never did circumstances more urgently require all citizens to sacrifice their passions and their personal opinions … Today the French people can have no other passion than that for liberty.” Does the above proclamation foreshadow the subsequent actions of the National Convention and Committee of Public Safety in 1793-4? Why or why not?

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