Ow did Social media influence the Arab spring uprising in Tunisia and Egypt.

How did social media influence the Arab spring uprising in Tunisia and Egypt.
Please respond to the following prompt in no more than six pages:
Apart from Machiavelli, Friedrich Nietzsche writes few kind words about the other authors we studied in this course. Choose one of the following concepts and authors and explain how Nietzsche might critique their understanding: 1) Aquinasa idea of natural law, 2) Lockeas argument for the legitimate basis of a revolution, or 3) Rousseauas concept of the General Will. Regardless of which concept you choose, be sure to briefly explain both the concept itself and the basis for what you see as Nietzscheas strongest criticism of it.
Part II: Concept Identification and Analysis (worth 40% of the final exam grade)
Select four of the following five author/concept questions. Please treat this like you would any essay a cite the text. Discuss each of these four concepts in no more than one page each (so, four pages total, each one-page response is worth 10% of the final exam grade). Note: you may not use whichever thinker you critique in Part I again in Part II of this exam.
1) In the Apology, how does Socrates criticize the supposed wisdom of the craftsmen? Why is this important?
2) Aquinas argues that human law requires the support of both divine and natural law. Why?
3) How does Machiavelli defend the importance of a?effectual trutha? against other claims?
4) What is prerogative power? Why does Locke insist it is necessary but dangerous to a republic?
5) Rousseau insists that the surrender of rights occurring at the founding of a civil society must be total. Why?
In Part I, the usual rules of essay writing apply. Read the question carefully and use the texts well. In Part II, the key is keeping things brief, but realize that these are also short essays and demand the same kind of analysis you have done all semester.