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1820-1848 Revolutions compared to Woodstock 99
Revolutionary ideas almost always come from a sort of hate or dislike towards the conventional ideas. Most likely this is a group of people that have hate toward an authoritarian group and its policies. The Woodstock riots are a good example of a group of people opposing the authorities' policies. Because of the Woodstock's riots involve an extreme amount of hatred, it relates well to many revolutions in the past, however the July revolution in 1830 in France stands out the most. The prices and general laws that the teenagers in Woodstock hated are similar to the laws and ordinances th…
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