Routledge Library Editions: Political Protest
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This 26-volume set is a wide-ranging, time- and subject-spanning examination of the phenomenon of political protest. What drives people to take to the streets, and how do their governments respond? These questions and many more are analysed in areas as varied as sixteenth-century German peasant uprisings, revolutionary Russians at the Paris Commune, women protesting nuclear weapons at Greenham Common, and the role Christianity played in protests across the ages. An impressive reference resource, this set also looks at the policing of protests and official responses to them.
Table of Contents
1. The Age of Protest: Dissent and Rebellion in the Twentieth Century Norman F. Cantor 2. The Christian Origins of Social Revolt William Dale Morris 3. The Clerkenwell Riot Culley Gavin Thurston 4. Contemporary Issues in Public Disorder David Waddington 5. Defence and Dissent in Contemporary France Edited by Jolyon Howorth and Patricia Chilton 6. Demonstration Democracy Amitai Etzioni 7. European Labour Protest 1848–1939 Dick Geary 8. Femininity in Dissent Alison Young 9. Flashpoints: Studies in Public Disorder David Waddington, Karen Jones and Chas Critcher 10. The German Peasant War of 1525 Edited by Janos Bak 11. The German Peasant War of 1525 – New Viewpoints Edited by Bob Scribner and Gerhard Benecke 12. Liberty and Order: Public Order Policing in a Capital City P.A.J. Waddington 13. The Merthyr Rising Gwyn A. Williams 14. The Miners' Strike, 1984-5: Loss Without Limit Martin Adeney and John Lloyd 15. Peasant Uprisings in Seventeenth-Century France, Russia and China Roland Mousnier 16. Popular Culture and Popular Protest in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe Michael Mullett 17. Popular Protest and Public Order: Six Studies in British History, 1790–1920 Edited by R. Quinault and J. Stevenson 18. Power, Protest, and Participation: Local Elites and Development in India Subrata K. Mitra 19. Religion, Politics and Social Protest: Three Studies on Early Modern Germany Peter Blickle, Hans-Christoph Rublack and Winfried Schulze 20. Resistance Against Tyranny Edited by Eugene Heimler 21. The Revolt of the Masses José Ortega y Gasset 22. Revolt of the Peasantry 1549 Julian Cornwall 23. Revolutionary Exiles: The Russians in the First International and the Paris Commune Woodford McClellan 24. Stages in the Revolution: Political Theatre in Britain since 1968 Catherine Itzin 25. Twenty-Five Years of Dissent: An American Tradition Compiled and with an Introduction by Irving Howe 26. World Crisis: Essays in Revolutionary Socialism Edited by Nigel Harris and John Palmer