* Government Politics and Protest: Essential Primary Sources

Citation:

Lerner BW, Lerner KL, Lerner AW ed. * Government Politics and Protest: Essential Primary Sources. Thomson | Gale; 2006.
* Government Politics and Protest: Essential Primary Sources

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Introduction

The right to protest, especially the actions of government, is among the most cherished rights. Such right of protest is a signatory mark of civil society. It is in the nature of protest, however, to challenge authority and law, for it is sometimes the law that is the subject of protest. From the illegal protests of colonial rebels to longstanding cultural traditions of the French manifestation protest often provides the tectonic force that drives the landscape of political and societal change. (continued... download to read more -- K. Lee Lerner , Brenda Wilmoth Lerner, and Adrienne Wilmoth Lerner, London, U.K., and Jacksonville, Florida. August, 2006.

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