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He was executed on July 28th 1794. Robespierre's legacy was marred by blemishes late in his life, most notably the ?Festival of the Supreme Being' in which Maximillien himself would dress up as the supreme being during the annual religious holiday. He also encountered Louis XVI early in his life and was John Kerry-esque in his ?flip flopping' opinion concerning the death penalty...
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He also encountered Louis XVI early in his life and was John Kerry-esque in his ?flip flopping' opinion concerning the death penalty. Georges Danton was very possibly the saddest story of the revolution, a victim to the charge ?treason', and I use that term delicately...
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