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    known as The Terror was a result of a combination of internal and external crises that forced the Committee of Public Safety to become increasingly authoritarian and ruthless. However, there were many contributions of irrational paranoia played a large part in the Terror, and which although may have been influenced by these crises, meant that these crises did not solely force the actions of the Committee, and in doing so, compromised the ideals which they had once regarded as the basis of their…

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    By 1794, Danton and the so-called ‘Indulgents’ called for clemency, an end to the Terror, the return of the 1793 Constitution, the “sparing of human blood”, and the weakening of the powers of the Committee of Public Safety (especially over the economy and local authorities) – they wanted the entire Revolution moderated. These demands quickly gained support as the French army won victory after victory against the First Coalition, as the Vendee and Federalist Revolts were suppressed, and the…

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    of time when many ordinary citizens, dictators, and political figures were executed. Maximilien Robespierre, a jacobin leader, governed France and during this time many causes happened like the Battles in France, the establishment of the Committee of Public Safety and Robespierre's leadership of the Jacobins. As Wars continue, the National Convention had to deal with Austria and Prussia, which turned back at the Battle of Valmy. When they took office, the French army won many victories. But…

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    French Revolution Essay

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    of Rights of both man and of citizens. The Committee allowed the country to work under duress and threats of the death penalty to work together. Prior to its establishment in 1973, more than 100 thousand deaths occurred among the Frenchmen due to violence. The Committee of Public Safety were attempting to combat multiple monopolies in order to end the never ending shortage of food through Paris, France. Having a total monopoly…

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    Robespierre grew increasingly paranoid, which led to the Committee sanctioning laws that were aimed against alleged enemies. In September 1793, the Convention passed the ‘Law of Suspects’ which deemed those who “have not constantly demonstrated their devotion to the Revolution” (Duvergier J.B 1793), as suspects who could be arrested and executed. This law allowed the Committee to abuse their power and arrest anybody they wanted to ensure the ‘safety’ of France, highlighting Robespierre’s…

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    Ethical Judgments

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    risk of discipline. Under the specified circumstances and the members of safety and health committee can intervene for stop the dangerous of work. Thirdly, the employees the rights to participate for make the workplace safer through workplace safety and health committees. In additional, for established the safety committee will be an opportunity to make sure the workers still active participation in health and safety. The committee must be to assign the responsibilities for certain member for…

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    On June 17, 1789, with talks of national reform reduced to an issue of voting, the representatives of the Third Estate met alone and officially adopted the title of the National Assembly. Three days later, they found the chamber doors locked and guarded by soldiers. This conflict culminated in the French Revolution, a social and political upheaval against France’s aristocracy from 1789 to 1799. Maximilien Robespierre (1758-1794), known to his contemporaries as “The Incorruptible” and hailed as a…

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    Case Study: NJ Transit

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    Located in Newark, New Jersey Transit was founded by New Jersey Department of public transportation from the act of 1979, its mission to provide safe, reliable, convenient service with a skilled team of employees, dedicated to Customers’ needs and committed to excellence. NJ Transit purchased the largest private bus company to operate, later added the rail road operations. In 1984, both department of the organizations merge with NJ Transit Mercer to establish a combined organization with the…

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    Reign Of Terror Dbq

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    entire Reign of Terror in France began. The Reign of Terror in France was a period that the community had never seen before. An official definition of the entire period from our textbook is “the period from 1793 to 1794, during which Robespierre’s Committee…

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