Identify sections of French society dissatisfied with Robespierre’s policies

1) “new rich men” – supported Robespierre and his supporters, profiting from supplies to the army, buying up land of the aristocracy, but military victories strengthened their position, the terror of the Jacobins began to interfere with them;
2) peasants – peasants who received land as property, no longer needed revolution, and peasants who did not receive land became disillusioned with the Jacobins;
3) sansculottes – were dissatisfied with the decree on the maximum wage;
4) some of the Jacobins – they were afraid to be among the “suspicious”.
Output. Everyone was tired of the horror of the Jacobin terror, so many took the execution of Robespierre with relief.

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