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The battle of the story of the battle of Seattle

Author: David Solnit; Rebecca Solnit; Anuradha Mittal; et al
Publisher: Edinburgh ; Oakland, CA : AK Press, ©2009.
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"From dawn to dusk on November 30, 1999, tens of thousands of people shut down the World Trade Organization meeting, facing cops firing tear gas and rubber bullets, the National Guard, and the suspension of civil liberties. An unexpected history was launched from the streets of Seattle, one in which popular power would matter as much as corporate power, in which economics assumed center stage, and people began  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Solnit; Rebecca Solnit; Anuradha Mittal; et al
ISBN: 9781904859635 1904859631
OCLC Number: 182529206
Description: 121 p. : ill., map ; 22 cm.
Responsibility: David Solnit and Rebecca Solnit ; with contributions by Anuradha Mittal ... [et al.].

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"From dawn to dusk on November 30, 1999, tens of thousands of people shut down the World Trade Organization meeting, facing cops firing tear gas and rubber bullets, the National Guard, and the suspension of civil liberties. An unexpected history was launched from the streets of Seattle, one in which popular power would matter as much as corporate power, in which economics assumed center stage, and people began envisioning who else they could be and what else their economies and societies might look like." "The Battle of the Story of the Battle of Seattle explores how that history itself has become a battleground and how our perception of it shapes today's movements against corporate capitalism and for a better world."--BOOK JACKET.

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