This is for an AP European assignment...When I google the quotes, all that comes up is a self help quiz..
I have narrowed it down to Mirabeau and Marat but please don't just guess.
The other quote is "Tis in vain the idea of Providence has been placed in men's hearts, if so much blood does not one day come back upon thee and thy accomplices."
We can assume that by finding one of the quotes authors, by process of elimination we will have also found the other author.
I hope this extra information helps..Thank you all.<3
Mirabeau (talking about France) date: about 1789 or so
"We are an old nation, perhaps to old for our time.
We have a preexisting government, a preexisting king, preexisting prejudices. It is necessary, as far as possible, to accommodate all these things to the Revolution.."
"We are an old nation—too old." is another version