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Tiny Acts Of Rebellion

Author : Rich Fulcher
ISBN : 9781843175254
Genre : Humor
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Let's face it, who has the time or inclination to topple a government these days? I mean, with daily obligations like video games and heavy drinking, it's hard to find the time to even get a parking ticket overturned. Never fear, Tiny Acts of Rebellion will show you hundreds of ways to revolt against the tedium of everyday life. Whether it's making rude gestures to a hotel clerk under the desk or making your own 'Do Not Disturb' sign that says 'Come In If You Like Swordplay', Rich Fulcher's inventive collection will allow you to unleash your rebellious side - without getting arrested. Including: unlatching your safety belt before the plane has fully stopped; squeezing a spot in the ATM camera; driving through a lonely red light in the dead of night; leaving a handful of coppers as a tip for bad service.

Tiny Acts Of Rebellion

Author : Permanent Wave Philly (Organization)
ISBN : OCLC:1137195502
Genre : Dissenters
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"Tiny Acts of Rebellion is a collection of work by members of Permanent Wave Philly and the feminist community at large ... assembled in September 2013. In this issue we explore the idea of REBELLION!- for yourself, the nation or the nation of your many selves! We talk about what constitutes 'tiny' and what it all has to do with the patriarchy, and kyriarchy, ad infinitum."--Unnumbered page 3.

Acts Of Rebellion

Author : Ward Churchill
ISBN : 0415931568
Genre : History
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What could be more American than Columbus Day? Or the Washington Redskins? For Native Americans, they are bitter reminders that they live in a world where their identity is still fodder for white society. "The law has always been used as toilet paper by the status quo where American Indians are concerned," writes Ward Churchill in Acts of Rebellion, a collection of his most important writings from the past twenty years. Vocal and incisive, Churchill stands at the forefront of American Indian concerns, from land issues to the American Indian Movement, from government repression to the history of genocide. Churchill, one of the most respected writers on Native American issues, lends a strong and radical voice to the American Indian cause. Acts of Rebellion shows how the most basic civil rights' laws put into place to aid all Americans failed miserably, and continue to fail, when put into practice for our indigenous brothers and sisters. Seeking to convey what has been done to Native North America, Churchill skillfully dissects Native Americans' struggles for property and freedom, their resistance and repression, cultural issues, and radical Indian ideologies.

Damn The Man

Author : Tom Dalzell
ISBN : 9780486475912
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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A fascinating exploration of the role of language in the culture of resistance, this volume features hundreds of colorful expressions, with examples of defiant slang from books, movies, periodicals, and other media. Sources include communities of African Americans, immigrant minorities, poor whites, gay men, the armed forces, prisoners, the workplace, and countercultures. Hardcover edition.


Author : Marie Lu
ISBN : 8467556579
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Cuando Day y June chocan sus leyendas se hacen pedazos y dejan al decubierto dos personas que se atraen como polos opuestos de un imán.

The Cure For The Perfect Life

Author : Kathi Lipp
ISBN : 9780736957014
Genre : Religion
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Do you know a woman who works her heart out but never gets anything “just right”? Who feels like she falls short of being the Christian wife, mother, daughter, and friend she longs to be? Sound like anyone you know? Perhaps even the girl in the mirror? If so, Cheri Gregory and Kathi Lipp have good news for you. You’re not a bad person. You’ve simply been obeying some really bad rules for far too long, rules that promised paradise but misled you into perfectionism, people-pleasing, and procrastination prison. But you don’t have to stay stuck in discouragement and resentment. Escape is possible. Rescue is waiting. This sassy self-help guide offers been-there-felt-that, girlfriend-to-girlfriend empathy and experience that will help you tell the difference between reasonable rules and bad rules identify the bad rules you need to break discover biblical wisdom to overcome the bad rules in your life As you stop trying to measure up so that others will be impressed, you’ll experience what it means to “let the peace of Christ rule in your heart.”

Battletech A Tiny Spot Of Rebellion

Author : Michael A. Stackpole
Genre : Fiction
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DANGER FROM AN UNLIKELY SOURCE… MechWarrior brothers Morgan and Patrick Kell have successfully faced their first challenge in forming their new mercenary unit The Kell Hounds, toppling a criminal kingpin from atop his illegal empire on Galatea. But while enjoying their recent success, the brothers Kell, along with the capital city of Galaport, come under threat by a new enemy—Bishop Arlington Poore, a religious zealot who wants to bring the entire planet under his repressive theocracy—and is willing to starve millions to do it. Soon enough, the newly-formed Kell Hounds have their first job—put down this uprising as quickly as possible. But when a madman has converted thousands of civilians to his side, how will Morgan and Patrick quash his misguided crusade without shedding innocent blood?

Truth Has A Power Of Its Own

Author : Howard Zinn
ISBN : 9781620975183
Genre : Political Science
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Never before published, an extraordinarily inspiring and radical conversation between Howard Zinn and PBS/NPR journalist Ray Suarez, wherein American history is turned upside down—published to coincide with the tenth anniversary of Zinn’s death Truth Has a Power of Its Own is an engrossing collection of never-before-published conversations with Howard Zinn, conducted by the distinguished broadcast journalist Ray Suarez in 2007, that covers the course of American history from Columbus to the War on Terror from the perspective of ordinary people—including slaves, workers, immigrants, women, and Native Americans. Viewed through the lens of Zinn’s own life as a soldier, historian, and activist and using his paradigm-shifting People’s History of the United States as a point of departure, these conversations explore the American Revolution, the Civil War, the labor battles of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, U.S. imperialism from the Indian Wars to the War on Terrorism, World Wars I and II, the Cold War, and the fight for equality and immigrant rights, all from an unapologetically radical standpoint. Longtime admirers and a new generation of readers alike will be fascinated to learn about Zinn’s thought processes, rationale, motivations, and approach to his now-iconic historical work. Suarez’s probing questions and Zinn’s humane (and often humorous) voice—along with his keen moral vision—shine through every one of these lively and thought-provoking conversations, showing that Zinn’s work is as relevant as ever.

Commonsense Rebellion

Author : Bruce E. Levine
ISBN : UOM:49015002764331
Genre : Psychology
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In recent years the mental health industry has been attacked for the invalidity of its illnesses, the unreliability of its diagnoses, the dangers of its treatments, and its corruption by drug companies. Commonsense Rebellion integrates those critiques and goes further.Nearly 1 in 4 American adults take psychiatric drugs, and Ritalin production has increased 800 percent since 1990. Yet the mental health industry laments the fact that two-thirds of us with diagnosable mental disorders do not seek treatment. This book argues that "institutional mental health's" ever-increasing diseases, disorders, and drugs have diverted us from examining an important rebellion. This rebellion is against an increasingly impersonal and coercive "institutional society" which worships speed, power, and technology. This has created fantastic wealth-at least for some-but its disregard for human autonomy, community, and diversity has come with a cost. Depression has reportedly increased tenfold since 1900, and suicide levels for teenage boys have tripled since 1960. Have human genetics and serotonin levels changed that much, or has society?In Commonsense Rebellion: + Institutional mental health's "illnesses" and "treatments" are contrasted with commonsense explanations and solutions.+ Suggestions are made for regaining autonomy, community, and our humanity, and replacing self-destructive rebellion with commonsense rebellion.

The Jewish Quarterly

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ISBN : UVA:X030288436
Genre : Jews
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