Revolution comes from the Latin word ‘Revolutio’

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Revolution comes from the Latin word ‘Revolutio’ which means turn around. A revolution is “a forcible overthrow of a new government or social order for a new system”. An example is when a ‘group’ of people don’t agree with the way things are going in their country so they choose to start riots and even wars to get new ways in their country. Revolutions are both good and bad

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history revolutionRevolutionsRevolution comes from the Latin word Revolutio which means turn around. A revolution is a forcible overthrow of a new government or social order for a new system. An example is when a group of people dont agree with the way things are going in

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