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    the new order of

    Are these sentences correct:
    1) People revolted against the new order of fascists.

    2) People revolted against the new order of fascism.
    (The 'new order' imposed by fascists/fascism.)

    3) People revolted against the new order of the clergy.

    4) People revolted against the clerical new order.
    5) People revolted against the new order of clericalism.
    (The 'new order' imposed by the clergy.)

    Gratefully,
    Navi.

    HAPPY HOLIDAYS.

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    Re: the new order of

    They are all correct.

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