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Quebec City and the Radical Cheerleaders
An analysis of whether the radical cheerleaders in Quebec City are revolutionary or reactionary.
# 129295 | 2,500 words | 10 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Political Science (General)

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The following assignment is for a third year political science/activism course. The topic of the essay is civil disobidence, activisim and art. The topic that is examined is the radical cheerleaders. The essay examines if they are truly revolutionary or reactionary. The essay demonstrates that they are both reactionary and revolutionary at the same time.

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"People all have interests and opinions. Groups of people and individuals tend to show a wide range of interests and opinions. In society some of these people's interests and opinions will receive a great deal of attention while others will be ignored or suppressed. People that do not have their interests meet or their opinions heard usually have to rely on alternative methods to make their voices heard. One of the more common ways is civil disobedience. Civil disobedience is defined as, "refusal to obey governmental commands especially as a nonviolent means of protest" (Anonymous 96).

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