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Who were the jacobin's?

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In the context of the French Revolution, a Jacobinoriginally meant a member of the Jacobin Club (1789-1794), but even at that time, the term Jacobins had been popularly applied to all promulgators of revolutionary opinions

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During the French Revolution, the Jacobins were people who supported the revolution. In a broader sense, the term Jacobin refers to anyone who desires a centralized republic form of government.

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