The Philosophy of Protest: Fighting for Justice without Going to War

New York: Rowman & Littlefield International (2021)
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Rather than looking at protest in the ideal case, this book looks at how protest is actually practiced and argues that suitably constrained violent political protest is sometimes justified.



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Jennifer Kling
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
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Stonehill College

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