Auteur: Corpis, Duane J. & Ian Christopher Fletcher
Titel: Another World Was Possible: A Century of Movements
Sub titel: Radical History Review - Spring 2005 - 92
`Another World Was Possible' modifies the slogan of the World Social Forum-- an annual meeting formed as an alternative to the more elite World Economic Forum --`Another world is possible!'-- The change from present to past tense in the phrase acknowledges the importance of social movements from the past century that have worked for alternative visions of justice and freedom leading up to and continuing to influence current movements. This special issue of `Radical History Review' highlights the global and transnational dimensions of radical history that are less visible in other historical accounts whose horizons are national or local or which are oriented toward either -- centers-- or -- peripheries.-- By emphasizing social movements and political contention, this issue offers a globalized radical history that enriches the wider field of world history.
2005, 198 pag., Euro 17,5
Duke University Press, Durham, ISBN 082236638X
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