The sans-culottes (literally, without breeches) were the common people representing the third estate. It includedworkshop masters, craftsmen, wage-earners, shopkeepers andpetty traders of the capital.
Hello! We are the Sans culottes from the revolutionary crowd.
Bourgeois were those who lived from their invested income or property, thus “living nobly” and constituting a distinct social category that had its own representation in municipal politics. Eventually, the term 'bourgeoisie' became associated with the concept of a capitalist social class
Hey there! We are the bourgeoisie !
Women's participation was not confined to rioting and demonstrating. Women began to attend meetings of political clubs, and both men and women soon agitated for the guarantee of women's rights.
Hello! We are the women from the revolutionary crowd.
Taine insisted that the dominant element among the revolutionary crowd were the vagabonds, criminals and gens sans aveu.