by Stuart Schrader
Radical activists have long used the "Wanted" poster as a subversive strategy to advertise the crimes of police. The author asks if today's activists should move past a political rhetoric that accepts punishment and incarceration as necessary aspects of society.
SOURCE: Boston Review
by Britt Rusert
History has tended to sanitize the lives of abolitionists, many of whom were involved in other radical movements as well, including Free Love, which promoted women’s independence and an end to traditional marriage. A review of Holly Jackson's American Radicals: How Nineteenth-Century Protest Shaped the Nation.
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