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Stage 4: Civil War

“Give me liberty, or give me death!” Patrick Henry, during the American Revolution. Civil war and responsibilities When civil war begins there is no going back, especially for those in leadership positions. The struggle now truly becomes life and death

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Stage 3: Dictator Response

Dictator response and expectations When dealing with a dictator response, remember there is strength in numbers. You become weaker if you allow the opposition to divide and conquer your group or others around you. Keep protests civil; do not let

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Stage 2: Peaceful Protests

Peaceful Protests Peaceful protests are vital because protests that do not resort to violence are much harder to put down. Dictators are familiar with violence. When protesters stoop to their level, they know how to deal with them. The world

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Stage 1: Starting a Revolution

Starting a Revolution Starting a revolution is not a thought most people wake up to. Nonetheless, if you decide to throw off the shackles that bind you, it makes sense to learn as much as you can, as quickly as

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