„To form a truly free constitution, that’s to say, truly just and wise, the first point, the main point, the capital point, is that all the laws be agreed on by the people, after considered reflection, and especially having taken time to see what’s at stake…“

— Jean-Paul Marat, Letter to Camille Desmoulins (1792-06-24) in Œuvres de Desmoulins p. 76ff

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médecin, physicien, journaliste et homme politique français 1743 - 1793
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