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What we are fighting for : a radical collective manifesto
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  • What we are fighting for : a radical collective manifesto
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  • Pluto Press, London : 2012
  • 2012
  • Språk: Engelska.
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  • xiv, 205 p. ; 20 cm.
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  • E-book: What we are fighting for : a radical collective manifesto ISBN 9781849647618
  • 978-0-7453-3285-7
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*Shortlisted for the Bread and Roses Prize, 2013*From the pens of major figures of the anti-austerity movement, comes the first radical, collective manifesto of the new decade.From participatory democracy to media reform, from direct action to communal living, What Are We Fighting For is a bold look at alternatives to the economic, social and political travesty of contemporary capitalism. Chapters from Owen Jones, David Graeber, John Holloway, Nina Power, Mark Fisher, Franco Berardi Bifo and Marina Sitrin show a multifaceted but collective desire for a better world.Anarchists, communists, feminists and autonomists come together to inspire us to think beyond neoliberalism.

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