Indicate the activities that the Thermidorians held and their consequences

Thermidorian activities:
1) the release of the Girondins from prisons and their return to the Convention; rehabilitation of the Vendée rebels;
2) terror against the Jacobins;
3) the abolition of restrictions on trade;
4) adoption of a new Constitution.
Consequences of the Thermidorian policy:
1) the closure of the Jacobin club and the sansculotte uprising in the spring of 1795;
2) depreciation of money;
3) an attempt by supporters of the monarchy to disperse the Convention;
4) the rise of General Bonaparte.
The Constitution of 1795 preserved all the gains of the revolution, but it did not prevent the struggle for power in the country.

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