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Eugene Delacroix, "Liberty Leading the People" (1830)
This painting shows Parisians taking up arms during the French Revolution. This forcible overthrow of the state not a revolution at all since it involved no turning around or away from political coercion, but only the replacement of one form of political coercion with another.

Eugene Delacroix, “Liberty Leading the People” (1830)
This painting shows Parisians taking up arms during the French Revolution. This forcible overthrow of the state not a revolution at all since it involved no turning around or away from political coercion, but only the replacement of one form of political coercion with another.

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