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Revolutions of the 20th Century

Summary: Discusses revolutions of the 20th century including Russia, Mexico and Cuba. Reviews events leading up to each revolution and explores major historical figures.
Almost every nation in the world has experienced a revolution. When a country undergoes a revolution, its ideals that it once believed in are modified. Sometimes revolutionaries act intellectually, yet others may respond physically through destruction. Some may be peaceful, some short lasting, and some pointless. Historians do argue on identifying whether a revolution has occurred. Revolutions usually follow a rupture in the nation's events, are directed by a hero, have an ideology and belief system, or use symbols or tools to get its points across to the people. The Russian, Mexican, and Cuban revolutions are similar in that they all rebelled because of weak or corrupt governments, because they wanted better living standards, and because they wanted to even the region between the rich and the poor.

Weak and corrupt governments usually caused there to be social unrest among the people. Most corrupt governments...

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