If you ask Marx, history is pretty much the story of rebellion against rules and order. "Hitherto, philosophers have sought to understand the world; the point, however, is to change it," he once said. Now, while others call for changing the government by reforming it through voting or by establishing new systems of governance, Marx in the Communist Manifesto was all about cooking up a revolution—a violent one, if necessary—that would put the working class in power.
Chew on This
Try on an opinion or two, start a debate, or play the devil’s advocate.
If you could create one document advocating for massive political change, it should make use of rhetorical devices and be wild.
If you could create one document advocating for massive political change, it should contain peer-reviewed scientific studies and lengthy, calm considerations of multiple points of view.