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Using the Microcomputer to Study the Anatomy of Revolution

Computing Teacher Volume 10, Number 1, ISSN 0278-9175


Describes computer program designed to enable students to analyze process of political revolution by generating graphs for comparisons of such factors as violence, economic instability, and political instability. Student activities, abilities, and reactions, and teacher involvement are noted. Sources concerning revolution, the French Revolution, and the Russian Revolution are appended. (EJS)


Rothman, M. (1982). Using the Microcomputer to Study the Anatomy of Revolution. Computing Teacher, 10(1), 16-20. Retrieved July 17, 2019 from .

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