March of protest

Print edition : March 21, 2014

October 21, 1967: A peace demonstrator taunts military police during an anti-Vietnam war protest outside the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. “Globally… the Vietnam war was a turning point in disclosing the limits of military actions in coercing the periphery into a hierarchical world order,” says the book. Photo: The Hindu Archives

The Occupy Wall Street movement has set the global mood for dissidence and outrage, with an ongoing proliferation of movements against inequality and mass surveillance. Here, activists of the Mortgage Victims’ Platform at a demonstration in Valencia, Spain, on May 12, 2013. Photo: HEINO KALIS/REUTERS

An enterprise of collaborative writing on some of the most seminal issues of the global use of rebellion against capitalism and its allied institutional structures.
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