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A unique, historical graphic novel that captures key moments in the fight against oppression through the centuries. Features a range of styles and contributors, including cult artist Hunt Emerson.
In his famous history series A History of the English Speaking Peoples Winston Churchill seemed to think that history was about wars and made by great leaders.
Fight the Power! begs to differ and instead presents A Visual History of Protest Amongst the English Speaking Peoples.
Today’s occupy movements are part of a long history of struggle. This book visualises key moments in history where ordinary people have risen up and fought governments, corporations, even empires. When the 99% have stood up to combatexploitation and abuse or in pursuit of freedom of action and a better life. In other words, to show times in history, just like today, when people have struggled forward to FIGHT THE POWER!
'An accessible and engaging introduction to protestors in history. If you care about social change, read it!' - Mary Talbot, author of Dotter of Her Father's Eyes
Size: 26cm x 17cm, 192 pages.
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