Liberation movement

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A liberation movement is an organization or political movement leading a rebellion, or a non-violent social movement, against a colonial power or national government, often seeking independence based on a nationalist identity and an anti-imperialist outlook.[1][2]

Notable liberation movements[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ George Stevenson (2019). The Women's Liberation Movement and the Politics of Class in Britain. Bloomsbury Publishing. ISBN 9781350066601.
  2. ^ Redie Bereketeab, ed. (2017). National Liberation Movements as Government in Africa. Taylor & Francis. ISBN 9781351588836.