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The Anthology of Civil Revolution (the necessities of civil revolution) - Part 1

 


 

Shahoo Hosseini                                   

Undoubtedly, the most important part of the world's political history has included this concern about how the people can stop the authorities' greed, their dictatorship, and their illegal power; and for this purpose, two ways have been considered: first, resistance and the Red Revolution that is, appealing to violence and armed revolution; second, civil revolution and avoiding violence and armed conflicts. Civil revolution is a form of protest against the government and its systems in which all forms of violence are avoided and the leaders and meeting members of such activities avoid any forms of violence. Civil revolution is regarded as a counter-violence struggle in the form of actions and reactions that are not violent, civil disobedience, or non-participation in economic, political, and cultural projects held by the government.
 

This form of struggle has been seen in countries such as the United States of America, Argentina, Brazil, South Korea, Finland, India, Chile, Berma, and Greece and after the end of the Cold War and the collapse of the Soviet Union in most eastern European countries except for Romania, and they have ended in very successful results. Among the famous leaders and theorists of this kind of struggle, figures can be referred to: "Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela, Michael Negler, Mubarak Awaz, Aung San Suu Kyi, Adam Milicink, Leo Tolstoy, Anne Sakharov, Weslav Howell, Gene Sharp, Lekh Walissa, etc."

 


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