by James Tracey (Ed) - £8.99 Manic D Press (2002)
paperback ISBN 13: 9780916397760 | ISBN 10: 0916397769
Non-violent civil disobedience is an American tradition, an essential element of a working democracy. From the Bill of Rights and Henry David Thoreau's classic 1849 essay On the Duty of Civil Disobedience to contemporary direct action tactics utilized by the Ruckus Society and other non-violent groups, this handbook outlines a brief history of social protest. Helpful resources and handy information for people interested in continuing this improtant process for political change are included, as well as tips on everything from getting arrested to manipulating the media.
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