7 edition of You Say You Want a Revolution found in the catalog.
August 1, 2001
by Custom Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||270|
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"You Say You Want a Revolution. provides a masterful explanation of why revolutions that begin with liberal ambitions frequently devolve into extremist authoritarian regimes. Chirot provides a significant step forward in our understanding of revolutions—and even regime changes in general."—Ann Hironaka, author of Neverending Wars.
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You Say You Want a Revolution shows how difficult change can be and how skilled Hundt and others were in managing the politics that made change possible.”—Gregory F. DeLaurier, Boston Book Review “ You Say You Want a Revolution is essential reading for understanding the role of telecommunications law in our information age.”—Paul M.
You Say You Want a Revolution: SDS, PL, and Adventures in Building a Worker-Student Alliance. Edited by John F. Levin and Earl Silbar. San Francisco: Press, pp, $ Of the various factions that sundered the Students for a Democratic Society at its most promising moment,when.5/5.
In You Say You Want a Revolution?, Daniel Chirot examines a wide range of right- and left-wing revolutions around the world — from the late eighteenth century to today — to provide important new answers to these critical questions.
From the French Revolution of the eighteenth century to the Mexican, Russian, German, Chinese, anticolonial. Included in the latter is an analysis of rock music entitled You Say You Want a Revolution: Rock Music in American Culture.
He has also published short stories, feature articles, and film and restaurant reviews/5. The American Revolution didn't, although its failure to resolve the problem of slavery eventually led to the Civil War, and the collapse of communism in Eastern Europe was relatively peaceful, except in Yugoslavia.
From Japan, North Korea, Vietnam, and Cambodia to Algeria, Angola, Haiti, and Romania, You Say You Want a Revolution. You Say You Want A Revolution.
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You Say You Want a Revolution. by Victoria Broackes,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(21). An artifact of the totalitarian mind, cultural revolution serves in various guises to carry control beyond formal legal and political structures into the fabric of everyday life.
As it feeds upon its successes, the limitless urge to dye everything one color ends either in counter-revolution, as in China, or petrification, as in North Korea.
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You Say You Want a Revolution examines the moment when young people challenged everything. The late s were a time of rapid social and political change. Those few short years of unbridled optimism and experimentation brought to the fore issues that continue to dominate the headlines today: inequality, globalization, and environmentalism.So much has been written about the popular culture of late 60s that you might well ask what yet another coffee-table book can add.
Published to tie in with the forthcoming exhibition at the V&A, You Say You Want a Revolution takes a road well-travelled: Lots of lovingly reproduced psychedelic posters and album sleeves, chapters on fashion, the US West Coast and Detroit /5(24).“You Say You Want a Revolution?” Table of Contents (, Kb) .