To What Extent Was Pitt’s Repressive Policy The Main Reason For His Success In Resisting The Radical Challenge Of 1801?

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Opinions towards the revolution were mixed in Britain. Pitt, prime minister at the time, was optimistic and thought it would strengthen his politics because it would leave France weak and put an end to their colonial ambitions. Others thought it may lead to reform in Britain. People felt flattered that, after the glorious revolution of 1688, France was copying Britain; after all, they were the “freest people in Europe”...
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Others thought it may lead to reform in Britain. People felt flattered that, after the glorious revolution of 1688, France was copying Britain; after all, they were the “freest people in Europe”. However, the revolution in France proved to have and huge ongoing impact on Britain. The term radical was used in the late 18th century as proponents of the radicalism movement...
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