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I really don’t get this question British history is really confusing me rn. Would appreciate if someone could help with this question.

Study the sources below and answer the question that follows.
SOURCE A
Dear ****,
I was not surprised to hear you meaned to go to Paris, but am very much so at your having put it off. If you go you had better come this way, as I should be glad to talk it over with you a little, and it is not quite impossible but I may go too. How much the greatest event it is that ever happened in the world! And how much the best! If you go without me seeing you, pray say something civil for me to the Duke of Orleans, whose conduct seems to have been perfect: and tell him and Lauzun, that all my prepossessions against French connections for this country will be at an end, and indeed most part of my European system of politics will be altered, if this Revolution has the consequences that I expect.
Yours ever,

[A letter from Charles James Fox to his friend, Mr Fitzpatrick, on the French Revolution, July 30th 1789.
Memorials and Correspondence of Charles James Fox, Vol II by Lord John Russell]


SOURCE B
I. That nothing but a fair, adequate and annually renovated representation in Parliament, can ensure the freedom of this country
That we are fully convinced, a thorough Parliamentary Reform, would remove every grievance under which we labour.
II. That we will never give up the pursuit of such Parliamentary Reform.
III. That if it be a part of the power of the king to declare war when and against whom he pleases, we
are convinced that such power must have been granted to him under the condition, that he

[The Resolutions passed by the London Corresponding Society in January, 1793]

SOURCE C
The Promis’d Horrors of the French Invasion – 1796.
A satirical cartoon by the artist James Gilray

Q: With reference to the sources and your understanding of the historical context, assess the value of these three sources to an historian studying the impact of the French Revolution on British radicalism 1783 - 1796. [30]
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what don't you get about it?
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what don't you get about it?
Like how do I analysis the sources and link it to the question
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well my understanding is that they were scared that the revolution could spread and give certain ideas to people
the sources give you some idea of what was going on at the time
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well my understanding is that they were scared that the revolution could spread and give certain ideas to people
the sources give you some idea of what was going on at the time
Thankyou that helps a level history isn’t quite what I was expecting 😂
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