New York: Rowman & Littlefield International (2021)

Jennifer Kling
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
Megan Mitchell
Stonehill College
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.
Keywords protest  liberalism  racism  violence  resistance  justice  protestors  revolution
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