Repression or revolution?

Therapy in the United States today
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Harper & Row , New York
Psychotherapy -- United States., Radicalism -- United States., United States -- Social conditions -- 1960-

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Statement[by] Michael Glenn and Richard Kunnes.
SeriesHarper colophon books,, CN 1011
ContributionsKunnes, Richard, joint author.
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LC ClassificationsRC480.5 .G56 1973
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 189 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5413969M
ISBN 100060910119
LC Control Number73005473

Caught in the Crossfire presents a multifaceted explanation of why people participate in something as dangerous and uncertain as a revolutionary movement. Beginning with an analysis of the grievances that motivate peasant participation in political movements, the book also explores the additional factors―leadership, resources, and strategies―required to mobilize peasants for collective.

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In January thousands of indigenous and ladino (non-Indian) rural laborers, provoked by electoral fraud and the repression of strikes, rose up and took control of several municipalities in central and western El Salvador.

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Repression, Resistance, and Democratic Transition in Central America shows how revolt and revolution serve as the motors of political change in this region. The book systematically examines the various ways in which democratic transition has taken place-all of which have been distinct from countries in South America, where democratization was.

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Violence before the Russian Revolution Violence was rife in Russia even before the First World War and two revolutions ofwith international war (Russo-Japanese War (–05)), insurrection during the revolution ofstate repression and anti-Semitism.

Frank McLynn is the author of Villa and Zapata: A Biography of the Mexican Revolution. His previous books include biographies of Robert Louis Stevenson, Carl .The tragic story of an unflinching opposition struggling for democracy against a rigid authoritarian minority regime lead by the Assad clan is told on the basis of many interviews with leading figures of the opposition while describing the savage repression of a regime which cannot reform itself and is still not willing to give up its power and.

Liberation occurs through “unleashing primitive and barbaric powers,” and the “revolution becomes an absurd revolt against what exists.” That is, if something participates in the political and moral tradition it is necessarily tainted by its association with repression.

The law represses and binds, religion represses, civilisation.