Does leaderless protest movements are more engaged to produce political outcomes than protest movements with leaders?

Does leaderless protest movements are more engaged to produce political outcomes than protest movements with leaders?
Resource mobilizers argue that open and developed societies provide better conditions for socially vulnerable groups, which makes protest commonplace as it can improve their situation. The presence of non-governmental organizations and other nongovernmental groups in civil society provides an opportunity for citizens to participate in collective action in defense of their interests. To achieve their goals, these groups raise funds, mobilize activists, organize communications, and form coalitions to confront the official authorities. Thus, favorable conditions are created for protest campaigns[1].
In modern society, political protest acts as a form of collective action, as a public expression of dissent and critical attitude by citizens, including through non-institutional forms of political participation, as a manifestation of discontent and resentment, which allows rel...

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