Emmaneul Joseph Sieys
Born at Frejus in Provence, on May 3,1748, abjured to the Christian faith.
Attended school at Sorbonne in Paris in hopes of an ecclesiastical career.
Died on June 20, 1836 at the age of eighty-eight
French Abbe a statesman who was one of the chief theorists of the French Revolution and an architect of the coup that replaced the directory of the Consulate.
He supported individual rights and civil equality, but not absolute political equality.
In 1789 wrote the pamphlet What is the Third Estate?
In 1789-1795 he served in several legislatures
In June of 1790 he was elected to the post of fortnightly president of the Constitution Assembly.
In 1792 he voted for the death sentence of Louis XVI.
In 1795 the five-man directory started ruling
In 1795 He was on the Committee of Public Safety for six months
In 1798 he was sent to Berlin to induce Prussia to make common cause with France and failed.
In May of 1799 Sieyes was elected apart of the five-man directory in place of J.F. Reubell, and helped engineer a revolt against the government (a coup detat) which brought Napoleon Bonaparte to
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