What is the difference between a revolution and a rebellion?
A revolution calls for the complete overthrow and replacement of a specific govt, political system, etc. While a rebellion is an outward protest to a specific restriction, requirement, or ideology placed by the govt or leaders on a people group; it does not call for complete abolition of the current system as a whole.
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a rebellion is when someone acts out to change the way something works. like saying somebody rebelled against the government to have a democratic system of voting. A revolutio…n is when somebody is triumphing over something. the big change of something like the american revolution.
The Whiskey Rebellion was a protest against a tax on distilledspirits to pay off the war debt. Shay's Rebellion was an actualattempt to overthrow the government, beginning in …Massachusetts.Shay and his followers were upset about the seizure of their landsand bankruptcies caused by, what they thought, were a far off eliteclass who did not represent them.
a rebellion is when a group of people wants to overthrow a person in power or a higher authority by force, it involves violence. a resistance, on the other hand, can be more p…assive. it's when a group of people are against a rule or law and they refuse to follow it (for example: a law says you can't sit on the floor, and you and your friends decide to sit on the floor). in most cases you can look at it like this: in a rebellion, the rebels are the aggressors. in resistance, the resistors are the aggressed.
Rebellion is an action used to overthrow a government or institution. Resistance is merely an oppostion to somebody or something, or a refusal to comply or cooperate. You may …form a resistance by having a few people agree not to follow a certain rule issued by an authoritive figure; say your coach telling you to do 100 push-ups every time you arrive late for practice. But when you choose to force this individual to back off with violence, that is a rebellion. This of course is a very small scale rebellion or resistance, but nonetheless, it is what it is.
A riot is violent public disorder. For example, the famine led to widespread bread riots .. A revolution means a real change in the political system, for example, the Frenc…h Revolution , the Russian Revolution . The word is also used figuratively in the sense of drastic change, as in the Industrial Revolution .
A jacquerie is a Millenarian who is led by a religious prophet and a Ananrchist is a revolt against revoltionary change also unfied leadership.
During Shays's Rebellion, the state was unable to control Shays and his followers and requested help from the government under the Articles. The Articles of Confederation was …a weak government and was unable to support, with force, the state of MA in order to aid in the defeat of the rebellion. The Whiskey Rebellion occurred under the new Constitution of the US. Western PA farmers refused to pay the tax that was enacted on whiskey by the new federal government. This was the first test of the new government to enforce the laws it enacted. President Washington ordered troops into the area of western PA and the Whiskey Rebellion collapsed as it became evident that the government was capable of enforcing the law.
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In general terms of political science a rebellion is a "large riot" against a Governments particular policy. So as example about 10 years ago the Government of Argentina, du…e to an economic crises closed the banks. People had no access to their money. In response there were riots in the streets. In general terms a revolution is a group of people within a nation that seeks to overthrow their government. After the Czar stepped down in Russia during WW1, the provisional government was violently overthrown by the communists. They established a radical and new form of government.
I'm not really sure about the right answer but... In page 115 of 8th grade history textbook: Under British rule, only free, white men that owned land could vote. Many st…ates' constitutions expanded suffrage, or the right to vote, by allowing any white man who paid taxes to vote. In every state, however, only landowners could hold public office. Some states originally allowed women and free African Americans to vote, but these rights were soon taken away. Suffrage would not restored to these groups for decades to come. (and on the bottom of that page they said) New Jersey allowed women to vote when it first joined the United States. This right was taken away by 1807. Hope the information will help you a little bit. Good luck.
Both weakened China'sgovernment, making it difficult to resist foreign demands..
Shays rebellion showed that the Constitution was weak Whiskey rebellion showed that the constitution was strong
A reformation is a violent overthrow of the government, and a reformation is where the government changes peacefully.
Haitians were slaves to their French rulers. The Americans were seen as subjects and had rights.
Generally the terms are synonymous. However, insurrections are usually military uprisings with the military being the only participant. Whereas in a revolution the military… and civilians both participate.
Revolution is for changing the whole; movement is for changing a part.
In one sense, an orbit is the path a satellite follows aroundits primary and a revolution is the process of the satellite movingin that orbit. . When people count how many or…bits or revolutions a satellite hastaken since a specific time, the meaning changes slightly. Then oneorbit is the time it takes for the satellite to return to the sameplace in its orbit, i.e. to the same position relative to thelarger surrounding universe. One revolution is the time a satellitetakes to return to the position in its orbit above a particularlocation on its primary. So one revolution of a satellite about theEarth can be different ( longer or shorter ) than one orbit becausethe reference point on the Earth's surface moves as the Earthrotates.