Direct Action: An Historical Novel
by Luke Hauser
Publisher: GroundWork 2003
Number of pages: 769
More than 7000 people were arrested in nonviolent protests in California in the early 1980s, developing the art of direct action to a peak not reached again until Seattle in 1999, and in many ways never surpassed. Direct action is more than getting arrested. It's solidarity.
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