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accelerators Algeria American anticolonial army authority Bolivia Bolsheviks bourgeois bourgeoisie Brinton Castro century characteristics China Chinese citizens colonial Communist party conflict counterinsurgency countries coup d'etat cross-cutting alliances Cuba especially example external support Fascists February Revolution followers France French French Revolution function Germany government violence guerrilla warfare Gurr Huntington hypotheses ideology increased industrial insurgency intellectuals land Latin America leadership leftist revolutionary legitimacy Leiden and Schmitt lutionary major Malaya ment middle classes military defeat mobilization nationalist Nazis norms peasantry peasants percent police political elites political violence population radical rebel reform regime access relationship relative deprivation revo revolution revolutionary activity revolutionary leaders revolutionary move revolutionary movements revolutionary organization revolutionary potential revolutionary process rightist role Russia social classes society South Vietnam soviets spontaneous status discrepancy structure success T. E. Lawrence Taiping Rebellion techniques terror theory tion tionary Trotsky underdeveloped United urban variables Viet Cong Vietminh Vietnamese weakness workers