Reviewing history from an anarchist perspective, it is clear that the common people were rarely content to suffer domination by the powerful few. This book traces the evidence and patterns of popular resistance to social domination in the ancient and medieval periods, before European imperialism spread around the world at the end of the 15th century.
About the Author
Michael Martin is a leading authority on the history of the Canadian working class. His knowledge is based on research and writing, but also personal study, reflection, political militancy, and lived experience. City of the Sun is his third book. His previous works focused on Canada: The Red Patch: A Story of Political Imprisonment in Hull, Quebec During WWII, and Working Class Culture and the Development of Hull, Quebec, 1800-1929.
Mr. Martin was the main translator from French to English of The City of Buckingham, a history of this Quebec community near Ottawa. As a freelance writer, he has published about 300 articles in French and English on topics in politics, local history, social policy, medicine, health care, housing, architecture, and others. He holds a Master's in Public Administration and an Honours B.A. in Political Science.
About the Book
From Mesopotamia to Khazaria, to feudal France and England, the "lower classes" rebelled whenever they could; they organized, struck, campaigned, rioted, revolted, fought battles and wars, and otherwise resisted the rule of the socially...
BISAC: POL042040 POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Ideologies / Radicalism
BISAC: HIS037000 HISTORY / World