We Are Everywhere: The Irresistible Rise of Global Anticapitalism

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Creators & Publishers
Publisher
London ; New York : Verso
Metadata
ISBN
1859844472
Collection
Regular item
Year
2003
Description

The book as a whole makes a case for "direct action," or organized resistance to specific policies or decisions, in a manner that owes the most to Gandhi's targeted nonviolence. The book reveals a movement for whom protest is taken to be a more effective political tool than electoral politics, since the latter realm is, in their view, controlled by lobbies for largely profit-based (rather than people-based) interests.