Changes in the country under the Jacobins

• creation of a million-strong army and the liberation of the country’s territory from foreign troops;
• creation of food detachments that confiscated grain from peasants;
• sale of land to peasants, which was confiscated from emigrants and counter-revolutionaries, in small plots with payment by installments;
• division of communal lands;
• setting maximum prices for grain, flour, fodder, as well as for essential goods;
• introduction of a new chronology;
• abolition of the Catholic religion.
• old age benefits from 60 years of age;
• state unemployment benefit;
• one-time cash assistance for the costs of childbirth and child feeding.

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