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The Institut still exists today, although its structure has changed since Grégoire's time (it is called the Institut de France and includes the Académie française). 21. Among the members were Lanthénas, a founding member of the first Société des Amis des Noirs; Sonthonax, the administrator who had freed the slaves in 1794; the economist Jean-Baptiste Say; and the director of the colonial office, Granet (Necheles, Abbé Grégoire, 161). 22. Chronique Universelle, 29 Pluviôse year 7 (Bibliothèque de Port-Royal, fonds Grégoire, Colonies).
Relying on the outside world now appeared to be his last chance at achieving at least some of his major goals. Grégoire's vocal opposition to Bonaparte in the Senate increased after the general proclaimed himself emperor (1804), but it remained politically ineffective. The small cohort of republicans who, like Grégoire, opposed both Napoleon and the monarchy were powerless. Posing no threat to the government, which enjoyed widespread support, Grégoire was left alone. 31 With little support for his ideas in the pro-Napoleon Senate and new restrictions on the freedom to print, few options were left to Grégoire for attacking the colonial status quo.
Grégoire, Letere aux philanthropes sur les malheurs, les droits et les réclamations des gens de couleur à Saint-Domingue, October 1790. 119. 13. 162. Page xxii forcement of the decree and threatened to secede from France. Alarmed by such a menace, the Assembly rescinded in September 1791 its decree of May 15. Meanwhile, a slave rebellion erupted in Saint Domingue (August 1791), which the white colonists said had been induced by Grégoire's pamphlets. In October 1791, elections were held for a new Legislative Assembly and members of the preceding National Assembly, such as Grégoire, were declared ineligible.
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