Right To Revolt

Author: Patricia Michelle Boyett
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 1496804317
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Thirtyfifth Anniversary ed. New York: Signet Books, 1996. Griffith, Barbara S. The
Crisis of American Labor: Operation Dixie and the Defeat of the CIO. Philadelphia
:Temple University Press, 1988. Grossman, James R. Land of Hope: Chicago,
Black Southerners, and the Great Migration. Chicago: University of Chicago,
1991. Hall, Jacquelyn Dowd. Revolt against Chivalry: Jessie Daniel Ames and
the Women's Campaign against Lynching. New York: Columbia University Press,

Revolt On The Right

Author: Robert Ford
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317938542
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Drawing on a wealth of new data – from surveys of UKIP voters to extensive interviews with party insiders – in this book prominent political scientists Robert Ford and Matthew Goodwin put UKIP's revolt under the microscope and show how ...

Religion And Politics In The United States

Author: Kenneth D. Wald
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780742540415
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And the idea of "chosenness" encouraged Americans to think about their nation
in missionary terms. Despite the passage of two centuries, these ideas continue
to cast a long shadow over the conduct of American political life. COVENANT
THEOLOGY AND THE RIGHT TO REVOLT Most Americans take it for granted
that citizens owe allegiance to governments that respect their "inalienable" rights
and liberties; they also seem to accept without question the assertion in the
Declaration of ...

The Revolt Against Dualism

Author: Arthur Lovejoy
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351475231
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This work is as much an argument about the ineluctable differences between subject and object and between mentality and reality, as it is a subtle polemic against those who would stray far from acknowledging these differences.

The Sense And Non Sense Of Revolt

Author: Julia Kristeva
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231518439
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Right. to. Revolt”. “I Am Free” Around 458 B.C.—about forty years before
Sophocles' Oedipus the King (420 B.C.)—Aeschylus wrote his Oresteia.1 In 1943
a modern rebel, Jean-Paul Sartre, would refashion it as The Flies: “I'm free as air,
thank God! My mind's my own, gloriously aloof. . . . I shall not come back to
Nature, . . . in it are a thousand beaten paths all leading up to you—but I must
blaze my trail. For I, Zeus, am a man, and every man must find out his own way.
Nature abhors ...

Ends And Principles In Kant S Moral Thought

Author: John E. Atwell
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9789024731671
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THE ALLEGED RIGHT TO REVOLT Although Kant is widely recognized as a
champion of human rights, he denies precisely that which most people have
regarded as the most basic human right - the right to revolt against and overthrow
political tyrants. Oppression and justice should perhaps be countered first by
petition, for revolutions can and often do lead to unbelievable violence and even
anarchy; but once it becomes clear that petition against tyrannical power will
receive no ...

Imagining Human Rights In Twenty First Century Theater

Author: F. Becker
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 113702710X
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SoasI write thisessay,Iread andreread the Universal Declaration ofHuman Rights.
Where does it say,Iask myself, that thepeople have theright to revolt? I finditin the
preamble, although phrased differently: “ . . . Whereas itis essential,if manis
nottobe compelled tohave recourse, asalast resort,to rebellion againsttyranny
and oppression, that human rightsshould beprotectedby theruleof law . . . ”12 The
play, therefore, seems to have reinterpreted this statement into.. “itis the
rightofmanto ...

Feminist Aesthetics And The Politics Of Modernism

Author: Ewa Ziarek
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231530900
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Emerging from the practice and justifications of female militancy, the centerpiece
of suffrage political praxis lies in the redefinition of women's right to vote as the
right to revolt. As Teresa Billington-Greig (who refers to herself as TBG), the
founder of the Women's Freedom League,11 eloquently puts it, “our revolt itself
was of very much greater value than the vote we demanded.”12 Contesting the
opposition between militant and constitutional methods (that is, the methods of
protest that ...

The Five Thousand Year Leap

Author: W. Cleon Skousen
Publisher: Verity Publishing
ISBN: 0934364656
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“This being true, Locke pointed out that there is no right of revolt in an individual,
a group, or a minority. Only in the majority. As he stated elsewhere: “For if it [the
unlawful act of government] reach no farther than some private men's cases,
though they have a right to defend themselves ... yet the right to do so will not
easily engage them in a contest... it being as impossible for one or a few
oppressed men to disturb the government where the body of the people do not
think themselves ...

To Revolt Is A People S Right

Author: Andrew Pritchard
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 130054077X
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To Revolt is a People’s Right, involves Mina Gurung and her friends in a small Lakeside community in Pokhara, Nepal, during the twenty days of protest in April of 2006 which eventually overthrew the monarchy of Nepal.