Just Doing it: Popular Collective Action in the Americas
Deborah Barndt, Gene Desfor, Barbara Rahder
Black Rose Books, 2002 - Political Science - 193 pages
Stories of how marginalized groups and individuals battle to gain some measure of control of their lives.
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