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Blueprint for Revolution: How to Use Rice Pudding, Lego Men, and Other Nonviolent Techniques to Galvanize Communities, Overthrow Dic

Blueprint for Revolution: How to Use Rice Pudding, Lego Men, and Other Nonviolent Techniques to Galvanize Communities, Overthrow Dic

作者 : Srdja Popovic/ Matthew Miller

出版社 : Spiegel & Grau

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定價 : NT 640

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A handbook for anyone who wants to effectively (and peacefully) improve your neighborhood, make a difference in your community, or change the world
 
Blueprint for Revolution will teach you how to
make oppression backfire by playing your opponents strongest card against them
identify the almighty pillars of power in order to shift the balance of control
dream big, but start small: learn how to pick battles you can win
listen to what people actually care about in order to incorporate their needs into your revolutionary vision
master the art of compromise to bring together even the most disparate groups
recognize your allies and view your enemies as potential partners
use humor to make yourself heard, defuse potentially violent situations, and laugh your way to victory 
  
Advance praise for Blueprint for Revolution
 
With this wonderful book, Srdja Popovic is inspiring ordinary people facing injustice and oppression to use this toolkit to challenge their oppressors and create something much better. When I was growing up, we dreamed that young people could bring down those who misused their power and create a more just and democratic society. For Srdja Popovic, living in Belgrade in 1998, this same dream was potentially a much more dangerous idea. But with an extraordinarily courageous group of students that formed Otpor!, Srdja used  imagination, invention, cunning, and lots of humor to create a movement that not only succeeded in toppling the brutal dictator Slobodan Milo evi but has become a blueprint for nonviolent revolution around the world. Srdja rules! Peter Gabriel
 
Blueprint for Revolution is not only a spirited guide to changing the world but a breakthrough in the annals of advice for those who seek justice and democracy. It asks (and not heavy-handedly): As long as you want to change the world, why not do it joyfully? It s not just funny. It s seriously funny. No joke. Todd Gitlin, author of The Sixties and Occupy Nation
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