Full Spectrum Resistance, Volume 1

Full Spectrum Resistance, Volume 1 Author : Aric McBay
Release : 2019
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ISBN : 9781609809119
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A thorough history of and guide to resistance movements for those who want REAL change and are tired of simply marching and calling their representatives. The more than fifty resistance movements and sub-movements featured here make this the radical's guide to restoring our rights, saving our planet, and creating lasting change. From mid-nineteenth century Chinese rebellions against colonial exploitation and ecological disasters to the Grassy Narrows' fight against mercury poisoning and colonialism to the Stonewall riots and parades for LGBT rights to Black Lives Matter, Full Spectrum Resistance's two volumes are some of the only books on activism that actually cover RESISTANCE, not just passive, risk-averse modes of activism. Author, activist, and farmer Aric McBay provides in-depth histories and case studies of social justice and environmental movements, both radical and liberal, to explain why passive resistance alone cannot work, and why we must be prepared to do whatever it takes to truly create change. In Full Spectrum Resistance, Volume 1: Building Movements and Fighting to Win, we learn why we need resistance movements, how movements--such as the Deacons of Defense of the American Civil Rights Movement--fight when they want to win, and what makes movements effective. We also learn how and why people join movements and how we can successfully encourage them--as the anti-colonial revolution in Guinea and Cape Verde did. How groups like Act-UP form and organize themselves, and rules and practices groups use to stay secure and protected from infiltration by destructive people. "I wrote this book because we are losing," says McBay in chapter one, and he's right. Here's how we win.

Full Spectrum Resistance, Volume One

Full Spectrum Resistance, Volume One Author : Aric McBay
Release : 2019-05-28
Publisher : Seven Stories Press
ISBN : 1609809122
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A guide to direct action for those disillusioned with the posturing of liberal “activism.” The radical left is losing, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Here is the radical’s guide to activist work—the manual we need at this crucial moment to organize for universal human rights, a habitable earth, and a more egalitarian society. Thoroughly exploring the achievements and failures of radical movements throughout history—from 19th-century anti-colonial rebellions in China and the environmental actions of First Nations and Native American tribes throughout the 20th century, to Black Lives Matter and the fight for Gay Liberation—the two volumes of Full Spectrum Resistance candidly advocate for direct action, not just risk-averse models of protest marches and call-ins. With in-depth histories and case studies of social justice and environmental movements, noted writer, activist, and farmer Aric McBay explains why passive resistance alone cannot work, and how we must be prepared to do whatever it takes to create substantial social change. In Volume 1: Building Movements and Fighting to Win, McBay describes the need for resistance movements, and paints a portrait of what a thriving resistance movement might look like today. Citing successful movements such as the Deacons of Defense of the American Civil Rights Movement, the anti-colonial revolutions in Guinea and Cape Verde, and activist groups like Act-UP, McBay deftly illustrates how to organize activist groups and encourage enlistment, while also noting the necessary precautions one must take to secure these radical circles from infiltration and collapse.

Full Spectrum Resistance, Volume Two

Full Spectrum Resistance, Volume Two Author : Aric McBay
Release : 2019-05-28
Publisher : Seven Stories Press
ISBN : 1609809297
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A guide to direct action for those disillusioned with the posturing of liberal “activism.” The radical left is losing, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Here is the radical’s guide to activist work—the manual we need at this crucial moment to organize for universal human rights, a habitable earth, and a more egalitarian society. Thoroughly exploring the achievements and failures of radical movements throughout history—from 19th-century anti-colonial rebellions in China and the environmental actions of First Nations and Native American tribes throughout the 20th century, to Black Lives Matter and the fight for Gay Liberation—the two volumes of Full Spectrum Resistance candidly advocate for direct action, not just risk-averse models of protest marches and call-ins. With in-depth histories and case studies of social justice and environmental movements, noted writer, activist, and farmer Aric McBay explains why passive resistance alone cannot work, and how we must be prepared to do whatever it takes to create substantial social change. In Volume 2: Actions and Strategies for Change, McBay uses the successful strategies of various actions, such as the Greek Resisters of the 2008 Greek Television Takeover, to articulate the best practices for inter-activist coordination and communication with mass media to effectively spread message. Covering reconnaissance methods and other forms of intelligence-gathering, Volume 2 guides the reader in smart decision-making and damage control, such as how to recover from both covert and overt adversarial attacks, such as COINTELPRO (1971). Moreover, this manual clearly articulates the best strategies and practices for the financial, logistical, and tactical organization necessary to all successful radical movements in the long term.

Full Spectrum Resistance

Full Spectrum Resistance Author : Aric McBay
Release : 2019
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The more than fifty resistance movements and sub-movements featured here make this the radical's guide to restoring our rights, saving our planet, and creating lasting change. From mid-nineteenth century Chinese rebellions against colonial exploitation and ecological disasters to the Grassy Narrows' fight against mercury poisoning and colonialism to the Stonewall riots and parades for LGBT rights to Black Lives Matter, Full Spectrum Resistance's two volumes are some of the only books on activism that actually cover resistance, not just passive, risk-averse modes of activism. In "Building Movements and Fighting to Win", we learn: why we need resistance movements, how movements -- such as the Deacons of Defense of the American Civil Rights Movement -- fight when they want to win, and what makes movements effective; and how groups like Act-UP form and organize themselves, and rules and practices groups use to stay secure and protected from infiltration by destructive people. 'I wrote this book because we are losing,' says McBay in chapter one, and he's right. Here's how we win.

Kraken Calling

Kraken Calling Author : Aric McBay
Release : 2022-02-08
Publisher : Seven Stories Press
ISBN : 1644211459
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A sweeping near future dystopic fantasy in the Octavia Butlerian vein of the Parable of the Sower novels. Political activist and anarchist author Aric McBay (Full Spectrum Resistance) toggles between the years 2028 and 2051 to give us the experience, with breathtaking realism, of what might happen in the span of just one generation to a society that is already on the brink of collapse. In 2028 environmental activists hesitate to take the fight to the extreme of violent revolution. Twenty years later, with the natural environment now seriously degraded, the revolution is brought to the activists, rather than the other way around, by an authoritarian government willing to resort to violence, willing to let the majority suffer from hunger and poverty, in order to control its citizens when the government can no longer provide them with a decent quality of life. So it is the activists who must defend their communities, their neighbors, through a more humane and in some ways more conservative status quo of care and moderation. And the outcome here is determined by the actions of those who resist more than it is by the actions of the nominally powerful.

JARQ.

JARQ. Author :
Release : 2009
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Entomology Abstracts

Entomology Abstracts Author :
Release : 1997
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Steel Times

Steel Times Author :
Release : 1991
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Full Spectrum Warrior

Full Spectrum Warrior Author : Levi Buchanan
Release : 2004
Publisher : Prima Games
ISBN : 9780761545224
File Size : 57.79 MB
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Full Spectrum Strategy ·Maps with enemy locations and team routes revealed ·Tactics for moving, taking cover, firing grenades, and more ·Complete walkthrough for all 11 missions and Multiplayer Co-op mode ·Info on soldiers of Alpha and Bravo companies, and the enemy forces ·Cheat codes to unlock hidden features ·Interview with Pandemic

Bovine Veterinarian

Bovine Veterinarian Author :
Release : 1993
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The Powdery Mildews

The Powdery Mildews Author : Richard Robert Bélanger
Release : 2002
Publisher : Amer Phytopathological Society
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"Chapters within “The Fungi” bring up to date the nomenclature and classification of species, accurately reflecting the phylogeny of the fungi. An entire chapter is dedicated to the taxonomy of the powdery mildew fungi providing a new and reliable international source for all mycologists and plant pathologists. Convenient reference to both 'old' and 'new' names throughout the book will facilitate understanding and accelerate transition towards general use of the new taxonomy and nomenclature."--pub. desc.

Full Spectrum

Full Spectrum Author :
Release : 1995
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Peace and Reconciliation

Peace and Reconciliation Author :
Release : 2002
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Plant Biotechnology

Plant Biotechnology Author : Nigel G. Halford
Release : 2006-02-17
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
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Provides a comprehensive coverage of the current and future scientific developments in GM crops, with a consideration of the key social and environmental issues.

Science

Science Author :
Release : 2009
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Z Magazine

Z Magazine Author :
Release : 2005
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