strategy

Proclaiming revolution

Description:
Proclaiming the basic ideas of political, religious or other ideological revolt in a document for publication.
Context:
Examples of the strategy include Luther's Theses, the [Declaration of Independence] of the USA, and the [Communist Manifesto].
Implementation:
The large scale reproduction and distribution of proclamations of which the three cited above are good examples had world-wide influence.
Claim:
Proclamations associated with successful revolutions have been used to incite revolution elsewhere.
Counter Claim:
Conditions which produce a revolution in one country may be particular to it. The exporting of revolution for its own sake or for the institution of some supranational ideology by using proclamations and manifestos is simply an enticement to civil war, crime and terrorism.
Broader:
Political revolt
Constrains:
Decolonizing
Facilitates:
Revolutionizing
Facilitated by:
Promulgating nationalism
Values:
Revolution
Subjects:
Government Revolution
Type Classification:
D: Detailed strategies