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- 1. What is a revolution?
- 2. What causes revolutions?
- 3. Revolutionary processes, leaders, and outcomes
- 4. Revolutions in the ancient world
- 5. Revolutions of the Renaissance and Reformation
- 6. Constitutional revolutions: America, France, Europe (1830 and 1848), and Meiji Japan
- 7. Communist revolutions: Russia, China, and Cuba
- 8. Revolutions against dictators: Mexico, Nicaragua, and Iran
- 9. Color revolutions: The Philippines, Eastern Europe and the USSR, and Ukraine
- 10. The Arab Revolutions of 2011: Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and Syria
- 11. The future of revolutions