The Civil Disobedience Handbook

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The Civil Disobedience Handbook

A Brief History and Practical Advice for the Politically Disenchanted

By James Tracy (Editor)

Manic D Press, Paperback, 9780916397760, 94pp.

Publication Date: April 1, 2002


Non-violent civil disobedience is an American tradition, an essential element of a working democracy. From the Bill of Rights to contemporary direct action tactics utilized by the Ruckus Society, this handbook outlines a brief history of social protest. Helpful resources and handy information are included, as well as tips on everything from getting arrested to manipulating the media.

About the Author
James Tracy is headmaster at Cushing Academy in Ashbunham, MA. He is editor of "Why Change? What Works? The NAIS Guide to Change Management" and "A Guidebook to the NAIS Principles of Good Practice", as well as coeditor of "Christmas Unwrapped: Consumerism, Christ, and Culture."