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Certainly the action of the French Convention seemed to assume the speedy advent of a Jacobinical millennium. ” William Pitt and the Great War, - John Holland Rose.
“ Unfortunately for the Federalists, they failed to appreciate the fundamental differences between the situation in England and in the United States, for they went on to imitate the mother country not merely in fighting the French, but in seeking to suppress what they felt to be dangerous " Jacobinical features of American politics. ” The Wars Between England and America, - T. C. Smith.

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