Do you feel motivated and want to make a change?
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How would you feel about living in a country with a government?
I'd hate it
I wouldn't mind it
I'd join the government
I'm not bothered as long as nothing is started
What's your ideal revolutionary activity?
Leading guerrilla forces
Teaching a new language
What's your weakness?
My dangerous reputation
I'm an authoritative leader
I'm not sure
Do you speak any foreign languages?
I'm trying to learn French
I only speak English
I speak many languages
What do you think about religion?
I believe in a higher power
I do not believe in religion
What's your weapon of choice?
Do you believe violence is a necessary evil?
Yes I do
No I don't
How do you feel about money?
Has no purpose
Belongs to the people
Do you believe men and women are equal?
Of course I do
No I don't
Which is the greatest?
A man born in 1737, Thomas advocated for personal liberties, property rights, an end to slave trade, a separation of religion and state and rationalism. He was also deeply involved in the French Revolution and was eventually granted honorary French citizenship.
An illegitimate son born to a wealthy man, Fidel become greatly involved in radical politics while studying at the University of Havana. Castro eventually began organizing anti-Batista revolutionaries and after several years, eventually defeated Batista into exile.
A Jewish woman born in Russian, Goldman would eventually move to America and quickly get involved in anarchist politics. She was a woman dedicated to absolute freedom and eventually became a writer and lecturer in anarchist philosophy.
Born in Greece in 1881, Mustafa was a man who quickly rose through the Ottoman military ranks. He was a radical thinker and in 1923, he led the fight for Turkish national independence and established the Turkish Republic. He's known for giving Turkish the Latin alphabet, separating religion and state and modernizing the Turkish economy.
Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
Corazon Aquino was a prominent figure in the 1986 "People Power Revolution" in which they toppled the President Ferdinand Marcos and restored democracy to the Philippines. After her husband's assassination, she emerged as leader of the opposition.