Common Sense for the 21st Century: Only Nonviolent Rebellion Can Now Stop Climate Breakdown and Social Collapse
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ISBN : 9781527246744
Category : General Politics
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"There is only one question. How do we stop climate change? In this tough-minded and uncompromising book, Roger Hallam gives the answer so many politicians and business people don't want to hear. Common Sense is not just an argument, it's an instruction manual for ripping through the complacency and corruption that will destroy our planet." -- Paul Mason, author of Why It's Kicking Off Everywhere and PostCapitalism

"It is brilliant: wise, profound and persuasive. If you want to understand [Extinction Rebellion], or how to change the world, read it. I think that @RogerHallamXR's pamphlet will come to be recognised as a classic of political theory. Like Thomas Paine's, it has the virtues of clarity and simplicity, while equipping us with the courage to respond effectively." -- George Monbiot

Roger Hallam is the co-founder of climate action group Extinction Rebellion. He was an organic farmer in Wales, turned prize-winning academic who applied his social scientific research to developing the radical tactics and strategy for this new climate change movement.

 



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