HistoryThe Jacobin Club’s members were referred as

The Jacobin Club's members were referred as


  1. A
    Conservatives
  2. B
    Revolutionaries
  3. C
    Terrorists
  4. D
    Sans Culottes  

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    The Jacobin Club's members were referred to as  San Culottes. The Jacobin Club was a reasonably well-known political group during the French Revolution. Members of the club known as San Culottes wore the same long, striped pants as dock workers did to signify equality. The word "San Culottes" simply refers to a person who does not wear knee-breeches. Members of the Jacobin club forbid wearing knee-breeches as a symbol of the end of their rule over the ordinary people. The Jacobin club consisted primarily of the lower classes of late-18th-century.
     
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