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Tag Archives: East Germany
The problem with collective action is you can’t do it on your own. Massive popular collective action emerges from mysterious movements in the Zeitgeist, but it also requires dedicated organizing that often seems not just unlikely but almost miraculous. When … Continue reading
Posted in Contributors, Issues, Jack Metzgar, Labor and Community Activism Tagged 1989, activism, East Germany, organizing 3 Comments