The Logic of Political Violence: Lessons in Reform and Revolution

By: Rosebraugh, Craig

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Within Westernized societies, particularly the United States, there has been a near universal acceptance that nonviolent action has been the foundation on which the progress and/or success of political and social justice movements has been built. Contrary to popular beliefs held by many in the United States, political violence has played a crucial role in advancing historical justice struggles. In this breakthrough study, Rosebraugh examines the historical roles that both nonviolence and political violence have played in social and political movements both in the United States and internationally. His profound and well-researched conclusions advocate the necessity of a political and social revolution in the United States, using any means necessary. Craig Rosebraugh is a co-founder of Arissa, an effort to build a revolutionary movement in the United States of America. A political activist since 1990, he is best known for his former role as a spokesperson for the Earth Liberation Front.

Title: The Logic of Political Violence: Lessons in Reform and Revolution

Author Name: Rosebraugh, Craig

Categories: Activism, Rebellion & Politics
, Media, Law, Philosophy & Psychology
, Sustainability, Natural Building, Environment & Gardening

Publisher: Arissa Media Group: 2004

ISBN Number: 974288411

Binding: Trade paperback

Book Condition: New 282 pages

Seller ID: 1271