This chapter sums up the key findings of this study on the impact of the French Revolution on Aquitaine. The region had an uneven and contradictory experience of the Revolution. In most part of the region the early Revolution was relatively calm with only minor infightings between royalists and patriots. But the lack of a deep and fervent Catholicism in the greater part of Aquitaine did contribute to a generalized acceptance of the Revolution and subsequently of the Republic.
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