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Public outrage and protest

Author: Eamon Doyle
Publisher: New York, NY : Greenhaven Publishing LLC, 2020. ©2020
Series: At issue (San Diego, Calif.); At issue., Civil liberties.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"The United States has had an active history of public protest since colonial times, with the Boston Tea Party serving as an emblematic example to this day. Protest in the United States is often associated with its zenith in the 1960s, but demonstrations of public outrage continue to play a major role in contemporary America, with notable recent examples ranging from the Women's March to Black Lives Matter protests.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eamon Doyle
ISBN: 9781534505285 1534505288 9781534505278 153450527X
OCLC Number: 1080554991
Target Audience: Grade 9 to 12.
Description: 128 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Rhetoric and violence : the wounding of US Representative Gabrielle Giffords / Corey Dade --
The trauma of racial violence / Kenya Downs --
The online face of political outrage / Yemisi Akinbobola --
The tribal roots of modern political outrage / Jonathan Haidt --
Political outrage in the media / Jeffrey M. Berry and Sarah Sobieraj --
#MeToo and the Trump presidency : are they related? / Ashwini Tambe --
A backlash against the Trump administration / Dave Davies --
Occupy and the reemergence of leftist mass movements / Dan La Botz --
Lessons learned from the Occupy Movement / Eric Westervelt --
The modern face of white nationalism in America / Andrew Gumbel --
Black Lives Matter and the path from protest to policy / Jamilah King --
The Tea Party and conservative outrage in the United States / William H. Westermeyer --
Weaponized outrage : the Russian campaign to influence American politics / Timothy Summers --
Protests, policing, and the First Amendment / Mat dos Santos --
The impact of mass demonstrations on policy / Alan Greenblatt --
Populism and outrage around the world / Dean Baker.
Series Title: At issue (San Diego, Calif.); At issue., Civil liberties.
Responsibility: Eamon Doyle, book editor.

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"The United States has had an active history of public protest since colonial times, with the Boston Tea Party serving as an emblematic example to this day. Protest in the United States is often associated with its zenith in the 1960s, but demonstrations of public outrage continue to play a major role in contemporary America, with notable recent examples ranging from the Women's March to Black Lives Matter protests. Through this volume's dynamic viewpoints, readers will gain a better understanding of the history of public protest, its differing manifestations, and its efficacy in promoting political and social change"--

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