Neither, only through wisdom and reflection

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Thank you

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Both can either way. However the way things are going in the usa ... it seems like they want a serious revolution. No sides want to agree, its all bickering, Its almost like John Lennon is calling for Revolution.

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Agreeing with many ... but what do you mean? Any kind of violent revolution sets everything back, can just as easily stifle reform as enable it -- remember the Who's "We Won't Get Fooled Again!" (sadly, we may have been). Check out the story of the Russian Mensheviks who argued for peaceful transition and the Bolsheviks that demanded violent overthrow -- or more recently, the story of Vaclav Havel's Violet Revolution in Czechoslovakia.

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Justice is achieved by leaving me the hell alone and letting me keep what I earn. Keep the governments small and weak and let each see to his own needs. That's justice.

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justice for the individual is rarely achieved through reform or revolution. if an icon of revolution is sacrificed, their death may be vindicated.

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Isn't revolution just accelerated reform?

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You have to have both or what would be the point of revolution x

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