Social movement

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The term social movement refers to action by groups, individuals or organizations focusing over political or social matters. In particular, the movement wants to resist or undo certain change.[1] A reform movement is one seeking to change laws and normals. Trade unions represent rights to abortion, LGBT and workers rights.

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  1. "Social Movements". Counterfire. http://www.counterfire.org/index.php/articles/75-our-history/12331-chartism-the-birth-of-mass-working-class-resistance. Retrieved Jul 8, 2016.