Dissidence: Essays Against the Mainstream

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Black Rose Books, 1992 - Political Science - 222 pages
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A collection, written over thirty years, that reflects the unique politico-culture cauldron from the 60s to the 90s. "These essays are relevant to contemporary attempts to reconstruct a radical democratic politics."--Canadian Book Review Annual¶"Roussopoulos' discussion of the new left and of extra-parliamentary opposition are among the more interesting passages."--Literary Review of Canada

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Dimitri Roussopoulos was a prominent New Left activist in the 1960s, locally and internationally. He continues to write and edit on major issues while being a committed activist testing theory with practice.

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