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The Democracy Project - A History. A Crisis. A Movement

English · Paperback

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Informationen zum Autor David Graeber was a professor of anthropology at the London School of Economics. He is the author of The Dawn of Everything: A New History of Humanity , Debt: The First 5,000 Years and Bullshit Jobs: A Theory , and was a contributor to Harper's Magazine, the Guardian , and the Baffler . An iconic thinker and renowned activist, his early efforts helped to make Occupy Wall Street an era-defining movement. He died on 2 September 2020. Klappentext New in paperback. A vivid exploration of anti-capitalist dissent, new political ideas and truly alternative ways through th crisis, from a leading member of the Occupy movement. David Graeber is widely credited for coining the phrase 'We are the 99%' and has a growing following of fans across the globe. Zusammenfassung From their earliest meetings, activist David Graeber knew that the Occupy Wall Street movement was something different. From small beginnings its demonstrations spread across the world to cities like Cairo, Athens, Barcelona and London and gave a glimpse of a new way. This provocative look at the actions of the 99% asks: why was it so effective? What went right? And what can we all do now to make our world democratic once again? Both a treatise on power and protest and an energetic account of contemporary events, The Democracy Project will change the way you think about politics, and the world.


Captures the joys and fears of a movement that believed it was on the cusp of achieving something special John Kampfner Observer

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