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Cracking the Movement: Squatting Behind the Media (New Autonomy Series) Paperback – 22 Oct 1994


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Cracking the Movement 23 May 2006
By cortezhill - Published on Amazon.com
Amoral tales of autonomous action and adventure from within the Dutch squatters' movement of the 1980s. Playful, clever, violent and bizarre sides of squatting are uncovered by theory and narrative collage, revealing a carnival culture of chaos, crowds, and garbage, intrigue and intransigence, humour and burlesque tragedy.

Why Couldn't the Movement Disappear?

ADILKNO's Movement Study solves the riddle, and rescues the memory of events from freakshow reflection in the media's sisister hall-of-mirrors.

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