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Jean-Paul Marat
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Military Personnel
    (May 24, 1743-July 13, 1793)
    Radical left-wing Jacobin revolutionary
    Published the several radical newspapers during the French Revolution (1789-1793)
    Member of the French National Commune (1792-1793)
    Murdered by Charlotte Corday (1793)
    He strongly supported violence as a means to an end.
    He helped launch the Reign of Terror, which put down any suspected opponents of the French Revolution.
    He branded those who disagreed with him as 'traitors' and encouraged their executions.
    Despite declaring himself a friend of the people, thousands of innocent civilians died because of his demands for blood.
    He despised authoritarian rule, yet had gained nearly dictatorial powers by the end of his life.
    His death made him a martyr for radical revolutionaries.
    He fought against monarchy.
    He suffered from a serious skin disease, spending most of his time in a bathtub to ease the pain.
    He was stabbed to death by a woman who blamed him for the bloody Reign of Terror (1793).
    He got what was coming to him.

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