How did the main revolutionary groups differ?

The Girondists — a circle of friends that formed around the deputies from the Gironde department — relied on the commercial and industrial bourgeoisie and the wealthy strata and advocated bourgeois transformations, the creation of a republic, and the end of the revolution. The Montagnards (Jacobins), a political group that had formed in the Legislative Assembly, relied on the petty-bourgeois strata of the population and those urban strata who received the least from the revolution, and emphasized that they were not for the rich, but for the good of the people, and were supporters of deepening revolution.

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