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* {{icon|land morale}} {{green|+10%}} Morale of armies  
 
* {{icon|land morale}} {{green|+10%}} Morale of armies  
 
* {{icon|autonomy}} {{green|−0.20}} Monthly autonomy change
 
* {{icon|autonomy}} {{green|−0.20}} Monthly autonomy change
* {{icon|maximum revolutionary zeal}} {{green|+50}} {{DLC-only|Maximum revolutionary zeal}}
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* {{icon|maximum revolutionary zeal}} {{green|+50}} Maximum revolutionary zeal  
 
| {{desc|Revolutionary Republic|The revolutionary republic represents the government of the nation by a small executive with the support of an elective chamber of deputies. Revolutionary propaganda gives the armies defending the revolution strong morale and the principal that everyone is equal gives strong leadership.|image=gov_revolutionary_republic}}
 
| {{desc|Revolutionary Republic|The revolutionary republic represents the government of the nation by a small executive with the support of an elective chamber of deputies. Revolutionary propaganda gives the armies defending the revolution strong morale and the principal that everyone is equal gives strong leadership.|image=gov_revolutionary_republic}}
 
* The Revolutionary republic is available to the first Great Power that either sides with the revolutionaries after the [[Revolution]] disaster (or the [[French Revolution]] disaster for {{flag|France}}) started or when the revolution sentiment has spread to 100% of the country. The event will also make the country the {{icon|revolution target}} revolution target, that alters gameplay beyond the government form.
 
* The Revolutionary republic is available to the first Great Power that either sides with the revolutionaries after the [[Revolution]] disaster (or the [[French Revolution]] disaster for {{flag|France}}) started or when the revolution sentiment has spread to 100% of the country. The event will also make the country the {{icon|revolution target}} revolution target, that alters gameplay beyond the government form.
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* {{icon|land morale}} {{green|+10%}} Morale of armies  
 
* {{icon|land morale}} {{green|+10%}} Morale of armies  
 
* {{icon|autonomy}} {{green|−0.20}} Monthly autonomy change
 
* {{icon|autonomy}} {{green|−0.20}} Monthly autonomy change
* {{icon|maximum revolutionary zeal}} {{green|+25}} {{DLC-only|Maximum revolutionary zeal}}
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* {{icon|maximum revolutionary zeal}} {{green|+25}} Maximum revolutionary zeal
 
| {{desc|Revolutionary State|The revolutionary republic represents the government of the nation by a small executive with the support of an elective chamber of deputies. This state will do its utmost to support the cause of the Revolution and spread the ideals of liberty and equality.|image=gov_revolutionary_republic}}
 
| {{desc|Revolutionary State|The revolutionary republic represents the government of the nation by a small executive with the support of an elective chamber of deputies. This state will do its utmost to support the cause of the Revolution and spread the ideals of liberty and equality.|image=gov_revolutionary_republic}}
 
* For vassals or client states that are released by revolutionary countries and other countries that embrace the revolution if a revolutionary target already exists
 
* For vassals or client states that are released by revolutionary countries and other countries that embrace the revolution if a revolutionary target already exists

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