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i did my project on the attack on pearl harbor and it says that i have to describe how my project relates to the theme "Revoultion,Reaction and Reform" i have no clue about this question. Please help?

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    The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor was a revolution in international relations. Of course, the U.S. reacted -- which eventually led to a reform of the Japanese government after the war.

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