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|Statement||edited by Michael D. Yates ; foreword by Robert W. McChesney|
|LC Classifications||HD8072.5 .W57 2012|
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|ISBN 10||9781583672808, 9781583672815|
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Nichols compares the events in Wisconsin to the uprising in Egypt and the Occupy Wall Street movement. He also provides important historical context, including discussions of Thomas Paine and James Madison, which sheds new light on the political struggles of today.
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To learn more, read John Nichols’s latest article, “America’s Youth Uprising,” and his new book, Uprising: How Wisconsin Renewed the Politics of Protest, from Madison to Wall Street.
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On FebruWisconsin Governor Scott Walker announced he would strip collective bargaining rights from public employees and teachers. In response, people rose up in mass protest, and Wisconsin became a reference point for a.
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