GenEd 111 Essay #1 - A revolution is an extreme change...

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A revolution is an extreme change within a culture or society . This change can occur in power or organizational structures resulting in changes within the economy , culture , and political systems. In addition to a change in culture, a revolution usually starts with hostility or harsh actions between the clashing parties . For a society to be revolutionary , it would have to be introduced to a radical change. For a non- revolutionary society , it would be that there was not a sudden change within the society from the clashing parties . In the documents, “The Rights of Women”, “What to the Slaves is the Fourth of July” , and “The Other Revolution of 1776”, there is delivery of power and the determination to change the world in which they live . In the document “The Rights of Women” , English writer and teacher Mary Wollstonecraft had a passionate view on equality of the sexes and advocated the main doctrines of the women’s movement , which made her both famous and infamous in her time . Wollstonecraft’s writings and how they affected the world was not a quick
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2009 for the course GENED 111 taught by Professor Faunce during the Spring '08 term at Washington State University .

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GenEd 111 Essay #1 - A revolution is an extreme change...

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