During 1793 and 1794 Robespierre joined forces with the poorer classes of France. He full on supported the Revolution and promised the poor people cheaper prices on bread and other produce, as well as freedom and liberty. Robespierre was able to set the price of bread and made it very cheap, so the poor were able to afford it. He even started rationing, which forced bakers to only make non luxurious baked goods. He also promised the poor a government that was based off of morals and virtue that was non tyrannical. Anyone that criticized the Revolution was executed. Clergymen were fourteen times more likely to get executed than any other class during the French Revolution.