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Can anyone recommend any primary sources to use for the Tudor NEA? The question I have surrounds Socio-economic reasons being the main cause of rebellions. I am really struggling with trying to find the right sources. Any help will be greatly appreciated!
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Can anyone recommend any primary sources to use for the Tudor NEA? The question I have surrounds Socio-economic reasons being the main cause of rebellions. I am really struggling with trying to find the right sources. Any help will be greatly appreciated!
Which help do you really want
i could be of help
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Which help do you really want
i could be of help
I just ned help with finding primary sources to use, I just don't have a very good idea on where to start.
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Popular uprisings are as old as history. In classical Greece, “revolutions” were considered a normal way of assuming power by differing regimes. They occurred whenever democratic, oligarchic, and monarchic regimes alternated in assuming power, and such alternation of political power often came through violence (Arendt, 1977; Brinton, 1938; see also Kim, 1991). If you have further questions we can chat inbox
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