Globalize Liberation How to Uproot the System and Build a Better World

ISBN-10: 0872864200

ISBN-13: 9780872864207

Edition: 2003

Authors: David B. Solnit
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Description: The 9/11 attacks have renewed a hunger for political analysis & for new ideas of how to effect change. The strategies & hard won victories of dedicated activists from global justice & community struggles can provide vision & hope. This is a collection of first-hand accounts from around the world.

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Book details

List price: $17.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: City Lights Books
Publication date: 6/1/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 248
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.298
Language: English

Introduction - the new radicalism : uprooting the system and building a better world
Indigenous - the money king is only an illusion
Globalization : our resistance is as transnational as capital
Capital - global capitalism versus global community
Ecology - global ecology! Global democracy! Now!
Democracy - democracy is direct
Feminism - a feminist view of global justice
Race - Racism : the U.S. creation myth and its premise keepers
Class - the new enclosures : planetary class struggle
Corporate power - try this at home
Ruling class - behind enemy lines : inside the world economic forum
September 11 - oil, globalization, & Islamic fundamentalism
War - real war and postmodern illusions
Strategy - strategizing for a living revolution
Post-issue activism - decolonizing the revolutionary imagination : values crisis, the politics of reality, and why there's going to be a common-sense revolution in this generation
Zapatismo - what is Zapatismo? A brief definition for activists
Zapatismo - Zapatismo beyond chiapas
Anti-capitalism - radical politics : assuming we refuse, let's refuse to assume
Forward movement - moving through the symbols
Prefigurative politics - weaving imagination and creation : the future in the present
Reclaim the cities - from protest to popular power
Organizing communities - building neighborhood movements for radical social change
Argentine rebellion - Que Se Vayan Todos : Argentina's popular rebellion
Argentina's new politics - Argentina's new forms of resistance
Farm workers - consciousness + commitment = change
Housing - the capitalist city or the self-managed city?
Prisons - the other California
Poll tax rebellion - how one small Scottish anarchist group toppled the Thatcher government
Anti-racism - discovering a different space of resistance : personal reflections on antiracist organizing
Civil rights - looking to the light of freedom : lessons from the civil rights movement and thoughts on anarchist organizing
Solidarity - international solidarity movement
Street theater - from Trotsky to Puppets : other revolutions are possible
Italy's disobedients - return of the tortoise : Italy's antiempire multitudes
Revolution that listens - the sound and the fury : the invisible icons of anticapitalism
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