assignment 1 - Theories of Revolution Ruiz says Revolution,...

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“Theories of Revolution” Ruiz says “Revolution,” if indeed more than a mere change of rules, heralds the dawn of a new age, in not only a political but also an economic and social sense. Ruiz builds a theory for understanding the entire transformation of the basic structure of society as opposed to just a change of rules. Ruiz talks about two different things that could manifest from Revolution. The first thing that he talks about is the repercussion resulting from the advent of modern commerce and the second thing is Industrialization, which was important for them at that point. This means industrialization still continues to revolutionize societies, and both of them would be in capitalist. At Ruiz's time the Industrial Revolution was neither sudden nor in a literal sense violent, which was the manner of Revolution in France, China and Russia. The other important thing about Ruiz's writing is that none of those people that climbed the pinnacle sounds better single of power as a result of the Revolution seriously considered the substitution of Capitalism with Marxism. They were trying to
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