The fatherland and The citizen
The motherland and The absolute monarch
The motherland and The citizen
The fatherland and The motherland
Solution:The terms ‘la patrie’ and ‘le citoyen’ mean ‘the fatherland’, and ‘the citizen’ respectively. La patrie and le citoyen are French terms. These emerged as ideas in France or among the French people promulgated by the French revolutionists right from the beginning in order to create a sense of collectivism among people. The ideas of la patrie and le citoyen emphasized on the notion of a united community enjoying equal rights under a constitution. This created enough support for the French revolution among the masses of France who were now realizing the darkness eloped by the monarchy in their motherland, France.