The French Revolution 2

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Initially, when it is thought that a change is needed within a system,an attempt is made for peaceful reform; this ultimately fails as a result of people’s greed outlasting their patience to settle things equitably. When both parties are motivated by self gain, it is the basest of human nature to fight to the bitter, bloody end for what they believe in and see as just. During the French Revolution for example, King …

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…from blood shed and I doubt as a society we ever will. Mankind as a whole is not capable of being that humane because we are naturally avaricious and will use any means necessary to attain a goal. This is why if peaceful reconciliation can not be achieved through reason, logic, and fairness, often circumstances escalate to violence and principles may be abandoned as victory and oppression become the goal and a means to punish.