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By 1793, the revolution in France was led by the Jacobins. This group was led by Maximilian Robespierre who was responsible for the Reign of Terror, a campaign to rid France of “enemies of the revolution.”
The Reign of Terror was very violent. People were tired of seeing blood flowing through the streets so they sent Robespierre to the guillotine, ending the Reign of Terror.
By 1803 Napoleon wanted to get Haiti off his back. He and Toussaint agreed to terms of peace. Napoleon agreed to identify Haitian independence and Toussaint agreed to retire from public life.
A few months later, Napoleon invited Toussaint to a negotiating meeting. Napoleon betrayed the safe condect and ordered for Toussaint to be arrested. He was put on a ship and headed to France. Napoleon also ordered him to be put in a dungeon. He was murdered by means of coldness, starvation, and neglect
Toussaint later died in prison, but others still carried on the fight for freedom.
Napoleon then sent modern day Louisiana to the United States.
Others asked Napoleon how he felt about dishonoring Toussaint. He said "What could the death of one wretched Negro mean to me?"
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