Extraordinary Politics: How Protest and Dissent Are Changing American Democracy

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INDEX
Abbey, Edward, 142
Abernathy, Ralph, 144
Abeyance structures, 39-40
Accountability, 7
ACORN. SeeAmerican Communities Organized for Reform Now
ACT UP. SeeAIDS Coalition to Unleash Power
Acton, Lord, 7
AFL-CIO. SeeAmerican Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations
Age, as factor in activism, 42, 101
Agendas, political, 4, 9-11, 60-61, 241-243
Agnos, Art, 18
AIDS, 18, 91-92, 116, 153-154, 219, 229, 236
AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power ( ACT UP), 36, 56, 68, 113, 116-117, 122
Albany ( Georgia) campaign, 127
Ali, Muhammad, 104
Alinsky, Saul, 5, 41, 118, 130-131, 133, 141, 160, 177, 190
Aller, Frank, 232
Alliances, political, 18, 42, 119, 133-134
tensions, 56
American Communities Organized for Reform Now ( ACORN), 82, 133, 144, 177
American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations ( AFL-CIO), 22, 41
American Friends Service Committee, 39
AmeriCorps, 245
Animal rights movement, 35-36, 86, 89, 242
Anti-abortion movement, 55, 58, 70, 92-93, 106, 115-116, 189, 218
Anti-apartheid movement, 90, 153
Anti-busing activism, 19, 70, 92, 93
Anti-lynching activism, 39
Anti-nuclear movement, 116
Arendt, Hannah, 8, 14, 235, 236-237
Arms race, movement against, 41
Aronowitz, Stanley, 185
Atkinson, Ti-Grace, 199
Attica riots, 172
Axelrod, Robert, 133
Backlash, 214, 240
Bailey, F. G., 60, 135-136
Baker, Ella, 106, 129
Baltimore, 75-76
Banana Kelly Community Improvement Organization, 61, 245-246
Barber, James David, 30
Barriers to participation. SeeLogic of collective action
Basic structure of politics, 24-25
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 66, 220
Baybrooke, David, 8
Berrigan, Daniel, 193
Beer, Samuel H., 243
Bellah, Robert, et alia,227-228
Bentham, Jeremy, 269
Benveniste, Guy, 118
Berry, Brian J. L., 33
Bevel, James, 204
Biographically available, 101, 105-106
Birmingham campaign, 52, 201-206, 213
Black Panther Party, 47, 170, 199
Bloom, Allan, 122
Boutwell, Albert, 203
Boxill, Bernard, 87
Boycott, 193-195
Bray, Michael, 141
Breakdown of political system, 3, 12, 30
Brookside coal strike, 68
Brotherhood of the Cooperative Commonwealth, 200
Brown v. Board of Education, 9
Bryan, William Jennings, 38, 224
Budget, federal, 14
Bullard, Robert, 77
Bureaucracy, 14-15, 243-244
Burnout, 124
Burns, James MacGregor, 135
Bush, George, 107-108, 109, 216, 225
administration, 19
Butler, Paul, 184

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • PREFACE AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xi
  • 1 - Beyond Ordinary Politics 1
  • 2 - Life Cycles of Protest 29
  • 3 - Spurs and Limits to Action 65
  • 4 - Organization Matters 107
  • Dimensions of Strategy 147
  • 6 - Tactics of Activists 179
  • 7 - Consequences of Dissent 209
  • 8 - Beyond Extraordinary Politics 235
  • Notes 251
  • ABOUT THE BOOK AND AUTHOR 283
  • Index 285
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