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Which goal was not stated in the slogan of the revolution?

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"Justice" wasn't in the slogan of the French Revolution. The slogan for The French Revolution only mentioned "liberty, equality, fraternity", not justice. Citizens wanted freedom from the King and estate, while also wanting to eliminate the aristocracy. The word "fraternity" was used as a word to unify the French people.

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The desire for justice to be brought upon those of power would have already been implied in the Revolution. No one knows why "justice" was not mentioned in the slogan, but it is safe to say that justice was a definite motivator for The French Revolution and overturning of the Royals.

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