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Seems like a waste of time to me. Fascism has a generalized function. Revolution has a generalized function. Ignoring the generalities of something only hinders ones analysis. Especially since the generalized analysis typically offers more insight, especially into how things connect, but also beyond the subject matter into other connections.

If you are wary perhaps you could state a critique of this analysis of revolution instead of just writing it off as a generalization.