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POLITICAL INSTABILITY2Political InstabilityOne common theme between World War I (WWI), World War II (WWII0 and the Great Depression is political instability. Before and after the war, there was greater political instability. In Austria-Hungary, the nation was struggling with a growing discontent by civilian over the monarch. These issues brought rise to riots and other acts of violence against the monarch. The states used a hard hand on those who showed discontent (Stevenson, 2018). Historians concur that it is this act that led to the assassination of the then Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, Sophie by a Serbian separatist known as Gavrilo PrincipWWII is also much affected by instability before and after the war. After the second war, the winning allied governments used the winner takes all principle instilling punishment on the

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