What were the reasons for the rise of revolutionary movements?

A revolutionism (or revolutionary movement) is a specific type of social movement dedicated to carrying out a revolution. The reasons for the rise of revolutionary movements are as follows:

  • Mass discontent leading to popular uprisings
  • Dissident political movements with élite participation
  • Strong and unifying motivations across major parts of the society
  • A significant political crisis affecting the state – reducing state ability or will to deal with the opposition
  • External support or at last, lack of interference on behalf of the government.

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