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Hell no : your right to dissent in 21st-century America

Author: Michael Ratner; Margaret Ratner Kunstler
Publisher: New York, NY : New Press, The, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Examines attacks upon and criminalization of dissent and protest in the United States and offers advice on opposing government policies and protecting oneself from government surveillance and interference.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Ratner; Margaret Ratner Kunstler
ISBN: 9781595585400 1595585400
OCLC Number: 505420502
Notes: "Includes chapters on what today's activists must know about the threats posed by federal law enforcement agents and their tactics, as well as the actual text of the recently released FBI Domestic Investigations and Operations Guide in which the FBI spells out its approach to policing dissent. Hell No also includes information on several key security practices that offer the best protection from government surveillance and interference. With an introduction on What's Happened to Dissent Today looking at the protests at the Republican National Convention by CCR board chair Michael Ratner and constitutional rights expert Margaret Ratner Kunstler Hell Nois an indispensable tool in the effort to give free speech true meaning in a post-9/11 world"--Provided by publisher.
Description: xii, 164 pages : forms ; 21 cm
Contents: The meaning and importance of dissent --
If an agent knocks --The Attorney General's guidelines for domestic FBI operations (2008).
Responsibility: Michael Ratner, Margaret Ratner Kunstler.

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Examines attacks upon and criminalization of dissent and protest in the United States and offers advice on opposing government policies and protecting oneself from government surveillance and interference.
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