Babeuf was a revolutionary socialist, who differed from the most radical Jacobins in both theory and practice. This is not to deny that Babeuf owed much to those who preceded him. His thought was both a continuation and a negation of the previous course of the Revolution.
KeywordsTrue Equality French People Secret Directory Democratic Experimentation Organic Ideology
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