Globalize Liberation: How to Uproot the System and Build a Better World


Voted one of the Best Political Books of 2004 by SF Station

 

The attacks of 9/11 have renewed a hunger for ideas about how to effect change. The strategies and hard-won victories of dedicated activists from global justice and community struggles can provide vision and hope, and in this collection of 33 articles and essays, we hear first-hand accounts from North America, Europe and Latin America. In recent years, thousands have flooded the streets to effectively challenge the global economic system. Globalize Liberation aims to deepen, popularize, update and provide concrete practical ideas for this spirit of resistance and innovation.

Contributors include: Betita Martinez, Starhawk, Walden Bello, Naomi Klein, Guillermo Gomez-Pena, Midnight Notes Collective, Rage Against the Machine and more.

David Solnit is a founder of Art and Revolution, and was a key organizer of the 1998 anti-WTO protests in Seattle.

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