How Rebellions Changed Governments, People, And Their Beliefs

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Throughout time many drastic changes have occurred. These changes are usually brought upon by those who desire them the most. George Shaw once said, “Progress is impossible without change and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.” These changes often happen to come in the form of rebellion. Rebellions have sprung up many times throughout history. In particular this essay will dive into the effects of rebellions and how these rebellions changed governments, people, and their beliefs. Recently, in the world, rebellions have been used in areas where the people desire a great political upheaval. These tend to happen in places where people feel as if they have no control over laws and decisions in their country. One of the biggest examples of this would be In Egypt. In 2011 thousands of people in the country of Egypt began protesting against the corrupt government of President Mubarak. The people used marches, riots, non-violent civil resistance, and other demonstrations. From the poor to the rich, the people of Egypt all came together, in order earn better lives for them and their families. After this rebellion the Mubarak government was removed from power and the People of Egypt were able to hold their first ever-democratic elections. However things were not over there. The newly elected president, Mohamed Morsi, was removed from power by the military, at the request of the people, who believed he was on his way to establishing another dictatorship.…

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