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Early Spring for the Badger: Notes on the Wisconsin Feb-March 2011 Struggle Against Austerity Measures

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Early Spring for the Badger is a collection of anonymously written notes on the Wisconsin February – March 2011 Struggle against Austerity Measures. Contained is a collection of communiques and actions, reflections on the struggle, critique concerning the themes of democracy, race, policing, madness, and violence, and propositions for a revolutionary strategy within the gl ...more
Unknown Binding, 55 pages
Published 2011 by Institute for Experimental Freedom
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