Auteur: Boykoff, Jules
Titel: Beyond Bullets
Sub titel: The Suppression of Dissent in the United States
Focusing on a variety of movements for political, social, and economic change in the US, Jules Boykoff shows the tools used by government agents to undermine the long-term viability of opposition in this country. Despite the pretense of democratic ideals, the US government has ruthlessly suppressed dissent, using hard-to-detect and rarely acknowledged tactics. Boykoff breaks it down for readers, using a methodical, step-by-step analysis to open the government's bag of tricks for all to see. `Beyond Bullets' offers lessons to on-the-ground activists—those most likely to suffer the effects of infiltration, "snitchjacketing," surveillance, "black propaganda," and other insidious practices—as well as to those studying the forms of authoritarian rule in democratic societies.
2007, 400 pag., Euro 20,9
AK Press, Edinburgh, ISBN 9781904859598
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