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A revolution is when people don’t like the rules established by their boss, president, or other authoritative figure. The people opposing the rules band together to protest and rise against the authorities. The protest is meant to overthrow the current rules and establish new ones.

6 examples of revolutions would be the Spanish Revolution, the American Revolution, the Mexican Revolution, the French Revolution, the Industrial Revolution, and the Belgian Revolution.

Spanish revolution
1.The Spanish revolution is also called the glorious revolution because it was over the queen of Spain.
2. The Spanish Revolution took place in 1868.
3. The Spanish Revolution was led by Juan Prim.
4. The main revolt took place in Madrid.
5. During the revolution their leaders recruited an Italian prince as their king.

The American Revolution
1. The American Revolution is also known as the revolutionary war.
2. The American Revolution lasted 13 years. (1763-1776)
3. The Battle of Bunker Hill was actually fought on Breed's Hill.
4. There were two Boston tea parties during the time of the American revolutions, the second was in 1774.
5. Parliament passed the Townshend Act, which placed a tax on a number of goods.

The Mexican Revolution
1. The Mexican revolution ended dictatorship in Mexico and established a constitutional nation.
2. There is controversy about the end of the Mexican Revolution. Some say it ended when the Constitution of Mexico was written in 1917. Others say it was in 1924 when President Plutarco Elias Calles took office.
3. The original purpose of the Mexican Revolution was to overthrow Dictator Porfirio Diaz who had been in power for over 30 years.
4. In 1913, General Victoriano Huerta, unite with Mexican politicians to remove Madero from power.
5. Venustiano Carranza became president in 1914, after the revolution of the Huerta government.

The French revolution
1. On August 10, 1792, Militants from the revolutionary Paris Commune,

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