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|As for causes, no matter what form social revolutions conceivably might take in |
the future (say in an industrialized, ... social revolutions go, Wendell Phillips was
quite correct when he once declared: "Revolutions are not made; they come.
|My previous work on social revolutions - not only my in-depth study of the French, |
Russian, and Chinese cases, but also ... Phillips: "Revolutions are not made.
They come." The initial stages of the Iranian Revolution obviously challenged my
|Revolutions are not made: they come. A revolution is as natural a growth as an |
oak. It comes out of the past. Its foundations are laid far back. -Speech, 1852
Insurrection of thought always precedes insurrection of arms. — Speech in
|A wide variety of economic, political, social, cultural, religious, and ideological |
forces can influence the revolution and the specific ... As nineteenth-century
reformer Wendell Phillips once wrote, "Revolutions are not made, they come.
|6 The Revolutionary Movement of 1977-1979 Revolutions are not made. They |
come. A revolution is as natural a growth as an oak. It comes out of the past. Its
foundations are laid back in history. — Wendell Phillips, American abolitionist ON
|Revolutions are not made, they come. - Phillips, Wendell Revolutions never go |
backward. - Phillips, Wendell The excessive increase of anything causes a
reaction in the opposite direction. - Plato The word revolution itself has become
not only ...
|504 REVOLUTIONS those who watch from the sidelines with no opinion are |
bystanders. ... In the 1970s Theda Skocpol insisted that ''Revolutions are not
made; they come'' (1979: 17); her structural approach argued that the French,
|They are also cast at a very high level of abstraction that makes it hard to see why |
revolutions are so rare, given that ... not made, they come," in 1979, had to admit
three years later that Iran's was one revolution that was "deliberately and ...
|thinking, which can be summed up by her belief that "revolutions are not made; |
they come."21 That is, revolutions are not brought about by individuals or
individual action but are conditioned to arise by the interactions of state structures
|World countries, it is hard to distinguish political and social revolution in any firm |
way, because the state and its ... As I put it in the book, quoting the abolitionist
Wendell Phillips: "Revolutions are not made. They come." The initial stages ...