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Jennifer Donnelly
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Revolutions

Summary: Revolution can often be described as the overthrow of one government and its replacement with another. It happens when people aren't satisfied with their government and they want their government to change. In the late 20th century, there have been movements all over the world to ensure basic human rights and social,economic and political equality for all people, however sometimes progress is difficult.
A Revolution can often be described as the overthrow of one government and its replacement with another. It happens when people aren't satisfied with their government and they want their government to change. In the late 20th century, there have been movements all over the world to ensure basic human rights and social,economic and political equality for all people, however sometimes progress is difficult. In this essay I will focus on two revolutions, that took place and the actions people took to bring those revolutions to a success.

For years, South Africans lived under apartheid which was an unjust and racist system that discriminated on race and abused human rights.Their goal was to make sure whites had complete economic and social power.In 1913, laws were passed. It said that 90 percent of the country belonged to whites. It also restricted the best payed jobs in mines to whites...

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