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winuxchrosh

Difference Between Rebellion and Revolution

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winuxchrosh

I have been watching historical movies and it pop up to my mind the difference between rebellion and revolution. From the movies I have watched, it all started from rebelling to a governing body then it grew to a full revolution to overthrow the current government. In my own puny mind, when I hear rebellion then that means bad but with revolution then it would mean new beginnings.

What is your opinion about this?

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Narnian

I think rebellion often signifies a need for change in one particular sector of a society, whereas revolution, as you said, suggests an entire ovrethrow of the government. Rebellion expresses discontent, whereas revolution expresses a desire to take over and renew.

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jaytee

There are many types of rebellion and most people tend to rebel in small ways.  Rebellion is our way of showing discontent or unhappiness with a situation.  Revolution goes deeper.  Revolution says, "Enough is enough, it's time for a change.

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LA

I agree with Jaytee here. Revolution is an attempt at a complete overthrow of the current government. Rebellions are like revolutions on a much smaller scale.

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Spiffy

I think Revolutions are born out of rebellion and often times those rebelling have no idea what they are capable of until they gain momentum.

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