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In the struggle for a better world, setbacks are inevitable. Defeat can feel overwhelming at times, but it has to be endured. How then do the people on the front line keep going? To answer that question and to help readers roll with the punches, Hannah Proctor draws on historical resources to find out how revolutionaries and activists of the past kept a grip on hope. ‘Burnout’ considers former Communards exiled to a penal colony in the South Pacific; a young Bolshevik fleeing the city in despair; an ex-militant on the analyst’s couch relating dreams of ruined landscapes; a trade union organiser seeking advice from a spiritual healer; and a group of feminists padding a room with mattresses to scream about the patriarchy. Jettisoning therapy talk and its stranglehold on our language, Proctor offers a different way forward—neither denial nor despair. Her cogent exploration of the ways militants make sense of their own burnout demonstrates that it is possible to mourn and organise at once, and to do both without compromise.

Beschikbaarheid: 3 op voorraad

Subtitel: The Emotional Experience of Political Defeat
Auteur: Proctor, Hannah
Jaar: 2024
ISBN: 9781839766053
Pagina's: 272
Taal: English
Uitgever: Verso
Uitgever stad: London
Verschijningsdatum: 2024-04-09
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