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How Nonviolence Protects the State

South End Press, May 2007


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Resource IDgelderloos2007
Resource titleHow Nonviolence Protects the State
Author(s)Peter Gelderloos
Publication/ sourceSouth End Press
Date publishedMay 2007
Summary text/ abstractBecause of the hegemony advocates of nonviolence exert, criticisms of nonviolence are excluded from the major periodicals, alternative media, and other forums accessed by anti-authoritarians. Nonviolence is maintained as an article of faith, and as a key to full inclusion within the movement. Anti-authoritarians and anti-capitalists who suggest or practice militancy suddenly find themselves abandoned by the same pacifists they've just marched with at the latest protest. Once isolated, militants lose access to resources, and they lose protection from being scapegoated by the media or criminalized by the government.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Direct Action & Protest, Hacktivism, Peace, Politics
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