This Country Must Change by P-IndependentPublis

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An effort to further the discussion of the necessity of a fundamental political and social revolution in the United States, this collection contains essays by 12 activists and authors, all of whom have demonstrated a lifelong commitment to revolutionary change. As inspiring as it is educational, this anthology is a must read for those involved with or considering advocating political or social change within. Arguing that reformist measures cannot be relied upon to correct the fundamental problems caused by the corporate elite and political structure, the contributors are unified in their call for a significant revolutionary change in the United States.

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									This Country Must Change
Editor: Rosebraugh, Craig
Table of Contents

Contents
Introduction
Towards a New Amerikan Revolution
Jalil A. Muntaqim
Weaving Multiple Strategies for Success
Jeff Luers
Change We Just Can’t Believe In
Bill Dunne
The Master Race Revolutionary: Desk Chairs,
Sinking Ships, and the Human Reich
Peter Young
Reification: An Impediment to Social Change
Ronald Kuykendall
The Beginning of the End
Jonathan Paul
Long Live John Africa!
Ramona Africa
Power to the Imagination!
Rob Los Ricos
The Earth Liberation Front and Revolution
Leslie James Pickering
This Country Must Change
Jaan Laaman
A New Path
Jake Conroy
This Country Must Change:
The Myth of Democracy in the United States
Craig Rosebraugh
Description

An effort to further the discussion of the necessity of a fundamental political and social revolution in the
United States, this collection contains essays by 12 activists and authors, all of whom have
demonstrated a lifelong commitment to revolutionary change. As inspiring as it is educational, this
anthology is a must read for those involved with or considering advocating political or social change
within. Arguing that reformist measures cannot be relied upon to correct the fundamental problems
caused by the corporate elite and political structure, the contributors are unified in their call for a
significant revolutionary change in the United States.
Excerpt

I first considered this project after noticing the scarcity of literature and other resources available
pertaining to the need for a fundamental social and political revolution in the United States. While there
are multitudes of books, pamphlets, magazines, and films dedicated to promoting positive change, they
almost entirely fall into a reformist category - attempting to modify one or multiple “issues” within the
political system rather than confronting the methodology of governing as an entirety.
Author Bio
Rosebraugh, Craig
Craig Rosebraugh has been a political activist since the early 1990s and is a cofounder of the North
American Earth Liberation Front Press Office (NAELFPO). He lives in Tempe, Arizona.

								
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