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One Hundred Years of Protest

Christopher Catherwood


A bite size, easily accessible history of protest from the 20th to beginning of the 21st century, covering everything from the Suffragettes to poll tax. Comprehensive and easy to digest.
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From the Suffragettes to Stonewall, from the Prague Spring to the Arab Spring, from the Jarrow Marchers to the Poll Tax Riots, from Gandhi to Martin Luther King, we have witnessed a century and more of highly significant protests in which ordinary people have made their views known to those in power and sometimes changed the world. We have seen remarkable changes and popular protest has played a critical role in making ours a better and more democratic world. This book chooses a few key protests to show what we can accomplish if we try.
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Book publisherAllison & Busby
Publication date17 Sep 2015
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