The question is based on this line from the book "Cataclysm 90BC" by Matyszak. He says ,
" this book is a study of some very odd events, of nations so desperate to give up their independence they fought a war against a state that refused to take it; of the Roman Republic losing that war, itself a rarity, then winning by giving their enemies exactly what they wanted. So the only instance in history of the opposite of a war of independence, was also one of the few cases where surrender brought victory to the losing side."
I have discussed this with friends and we were unable to come up with any other example. So was the Social War the only instance of a subject nation fighting to be fully integrated into the existing political system (without the goal of destroying said political system,) a sort of "reverse" war of independence to paraphrase the author?