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  • Paperback: 300 pages
  • Publisher: AK Press (6 Feb. 2017)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1849352542
  • ISBN-13: 978-1849352543
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 2.3 x 21.3 cm
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"Smucker brings hard-won wisdom, theoretical heft, and a welcoming style to this book, helping us think through the most important question of our time: how do we build enough collective power to not only demand a better world, but actually create one?" --Naomi Klein, author of This Changes Everything and The Shock Doctrine

"As the world faces the horrors of a Trump presidency, many good people are asking, 'What can I do?' Jonathan Smucker's book provides an urgent field manual for answering that question. Drawing on twenty years of grassroots organizing experience, Smucker has written a modern version of Saul Alinsky's classic, Rules for Radicals. By bypassing the vapid debate over who to vote for in a system that offers only two choices, Smucker focuses on the need for a dedicated commitment to social change that begins in each of our own backyards. He deftly weaves together ideas for tactical organizing with personal stories of their real life application. We live in a time of endless wars and a government rigged to serve only the few fueled by both Democrats and Republicans. Smucker challenges us to think big and to carefully embrace a form of collectivism that, if taken seriously, could well change the world." --Jeremy Scahill, author of the international bestsellers Blackwater and Dirty Wars


"Jonathan Smucker asks the important question: How can the movements on which we rely in our pursuit of a more just and democratic world be sustained and enlarged over time? And he engages us because he writes so well, and because he draws in part on his own fascinating biography in his search for answers. Most valuable to me, Smucker insists on regarding movements not only as expressions of collective anguish or desire, but as strategic interventions aimed at changing the world." --Frances Fox Piven, author of Challenging Authority and Poor People's Movements

About the Author

Jonathan Smucker has worked as an organiser, consultant, and trainer for two decades within a breadth of organisations and social movements. He is co-founder of Beyond the Choir, an organisation providing strategic support and organisational development to social justice groups. Jonathan has been published in Berkeley Journal of Sociology, The Sociological Quarterly, and contributed chapters to We Are Many (AK Press, 2012) and Beautiful Trouble (O/R Books, 2012).


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