"what" is no better than "how"-it's about china's numerous revolutions

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The term revolution refers to any forcible, pervasive, and often violent change of a social or political order by a sizable segment of a country's population. Revolution is more broadly applied to any significant historical transformation. Revolution is the most extreme political option of a dissenting group, a course taken generally when more moderate and legal attempts to achieve recognition or reform have failed. Whether occurring spontaneously, which is rare, or through careful planning, revolutions depend for their success on crucial timing, the fostering of popular support, and good strategies. It is about the way you solve the problem not just by enumerating them.

Revolution is not about what you promised to the people but it is how you do the process of achieving what you promised. The revolution that Ning and Foster reported was by the use of peace settlement and not by force although the latter maybe applied as a last recourse.

During the revolution presentation of Ning and Foster, they mentioned that Chinese people do not have the voice to the government. Only few people can vote; there were also some culture discrimination and no freedom to say what they feel about the government. They have to accept what the government has given or offered them. They could not choose the life they want to live as their life depend on the government. In short, Chinese people do not have the power to speak for their own country. This gave a new hope when Ning and Foster reported that they wanted to build a new China. Their main goal was to establish new rights for the people of China. They also planned for a revolution to eradicate red tape and culture stereotyping, to have free-elections, and for the people...