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*'''Violent revolution may not be a representative, consensus choice by citizens.''' In such circumstances, it is unjust. Justice demands support of other citizens. *'''Violent revolution may not be a representative, consensus choice by citizens.''' In such circumstances, it is unjust. Justice demands support of other citizens.
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 +*'''Violent revolution will incite counter-revolution:''' Many will oppose revolution, which can lead to civil war. The costs of revolution-counter-revolution violence or civil war may outweigh the costs of continuity under "oppression".

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  • Violent revolution may not be a representative, consensus choice by citizens. In such circumstances, it is unjust. Justice demands support of other citizens.
  • Violent revolution will incite counter-revolution: Many will oppose revolution, which can lead to civil war. The costs of revolution-counter-revolution violence or civil war may outweigh the costs of continuity under "oppression".



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