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The Civil Disobedience Handbook, 2nd Edition

A Brief History and Practical Advice for the Politically Disenchanted

James Tracy (Editor), Jenifer Joseph (Editor)


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"The mind of America must be forever free." -- Pres. Calvin Coolidge

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. New chapters include electronic privacy and encryption, and lessons learned from post-millenial actions.

Manic D Press, 9781945665196, 120pp.

Publication Date: December 31, 2020

About the Author

James Tracy is poet, writer, educator, and a long-time social justice organizer in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is the founder of the San Francisco Community Land Trust and has been active in the Eviction Defense Network and the Coalition On Homelessness, SF. He has written and edited several books, and currently teaches at San Francisco City College.