Reforms of the National Assembly
This phase is considered moderate because the changes imposed were subtle and peaceful. The French Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen and the reforms put forth by the National Assembly were the two most significant pieces of reform during this phase. The political, social and economic, and religious reforms, were set up by moderates. The moderates were, the Jacobins, the conservatives, and all the other monarchies of Europe who felt threatened by this "French plague."
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