Beyond Bullets: The Suppression of Dissent in the United States (Paperback)
When there is every reason to believe there's a 'bad moon rising on the right, ' leftists need to understand how the state suppresses the rising tide of popular resentment. The strategy is multifaceted and sophisticated, as Jules Boykoff explains in this timely analysis of how the government has marginalized, channeled, infiltrated, co-opted, and repressed progressive movements in the US over the past hundred years. Paranoia and freak-out only play into their hands. Read Boykoff to understand where the real danger lies and how best to defend against it.--Robin Hahnel
Jules Boykoff teaches political science at Pacific University, Oregon.
About the Author
Jules Boykoff teaches political science at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon. His research and writing appears in scholarly journals such as New Political Science, Global Environmental Change, and Journal of Politics, and popular publications like Common Dreams, Extra! and NACLA: Report on the Americas. He is also a poet and former professional soccer player.