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OGUNNIYI, Olayemi Jacob
Department Of History, University Of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria
Social Change, Social Revolt And State Response: A Retrospective And Futuristic View Of The Second Libyan Revolution
Social revolt is a product of the flaws within the state system. It involves essentially a conspiracy by individuals to coordinate their revolt. It can both destroy the system and replace it with a harmonious formation. Social revolt involves in depth, broad based and simultaneous attempts by various groups to transform social relations within the polity. In societies where the

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