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A revolution is an overthrow of the government or politic system by the people who they govern. Violence is an act of aggression and anger. Violence is never the way for justice; but according to a reactionary violence is the way. They argue violent revolutions are justified because the country they live in would be improved. For example the French revolution of 1789 this was when Louis XVI was overthrown and Republic was put into order. In democracy Violence is not one bit justified, why? Because democracy does everything possible so that violence does not occur . Are violent revolutions ever justified?

A revolution is an overthrow of the government or politic system by the people who whom they govern. Violence ,an act of aggression and anger, is never the way to seek justice; but according to a reactionary, violence is the best way. They argue violent revolutions are justified because their countries would be improved. For example, in the 1789 French revolution Louis XVI was overthrown and the Republic was put into place . In a democracy violence is not one bit justified. Why? Democracies do everything possible to respond to the needs of the people so that violence does not occur . Therefore, are violent revolutions ever justified?

Are you posing the question for people to consider? Or are you drawing a conclusion. You end with a question.

Matt

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