March 15, 2007 - 10:43:00 PM Last lecture Forms of...

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22/03/2007 00:43:00 Last lecture Forms of Resistance to Authority Modern/primitive They might strike for wages or shorter hours Movement within the general trajectory of change Traditional tries to go to the past Luddites who destroyed the machines on which they worked Modern movements also have specialists Intellectuals Socialist movements are national movements Ad hoc chaining together Hastily written programs You go to other villages to gather people.   Very quickly, you can gather thousands of people with the purpose of a revolt.  Rebellions are usually of the more well to do peasants Putting down a revolt is very expensive o Ad hoc kind of thing o Big uprisings Local Politics Religions and revolt
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Implicit in popular critique of the prince in veiled language Constant negotiation  Governing really involved popular opinion Elite themselves are not unified but split system was one of resisting movement of goods from one place to another Italian example from the 17 th  century 1647-1649 Chief issue in the 16 th  century had been the tithes They began early in the 16 th  century and had a great deal with the disarray in  the church Rhythm of revolts: o End of the 16 th  century peasant proprietors led almost all attacks mid century attacks between laborers and proprietors esp. in eastern Europe, large percentage were landless 
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