No Trespassing! Squatting, Rent Strikes, and Land Struggles Worldwide Anders Corr "An extraordinary and ingenious work, looking at the heroic efforts of squatters all over the world who defy the laws of 'private property' where such laws deny the right of human beings to have a place to live. "No Trespassing! is an invaluable resource for activists everywhere."
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