Explanation: Robespierre, called “the Incorruptible,” was known initially as the champion of the social revolution that took place in France. Later, in 1794, he was considered a dictator and summarily executed. Louis XVI (A) was the king who was overthrown by the French Revolution. Jean Lafitte (C) was a pirate. Lafayette (D) was known for his participation in the American Revolution, but he was a moderate where the French Revolution was concerned, and was eventually exiled from France.