>>188609115>who leads these revolts?
Historically? 1st there's usually some impetus for the 3rd Estate
"commons" to rally against the "aristocracy", no matter what kind of government there is there will be a hierarchy. Then, if the commons manage not to fall for reactionary plots to break them, they seize power and immediately begin infighting, where radicals Jacobins
and moderates Girondins
start trying to implement their competing visions, then the radicals start whipping the lowest rungs of society sans-culottes
into a frenzy in order to use them as a political sledgehammer, sometimes literally smashing their way into the Tuileries Palace
the place of government in order to legislate at gunpoint. Then this tyranny of the sans-culotte
masses gets uneasy, and some madman pic related
takes power and starts putting everyone that doesn't march in lockstep with them to the National Razor
death. Sound familiar?
Unfortunately, might invariably makes right, principles count for very little to peasants with guns, especially when that peasant's ideology consists "free bread and universal manhood suffrage" and saying aloud that maaaaybe this isn't a sustainable plan for running a nation-state gets you Robespierre'd
The problem with utopian ideology, is that every participant's idea of a utopia is different.