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What is a Revolution?
Revolutions in general involve some form of change. They usually involve sudden events and have significant and broad effects on the society in which the revolution is taking place. Unlike a rebellion or insurrection, which is similar to a rebellion but is less organised in offensive and political tactics, a revolution is generally successful in overthrowing the government and/or ruling system. There are three different types of revolutions; they are Political Revolutions, Social Revolutions, and Technological Revolutions.
Political Revolutions are mass movements in which all of the socie…
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