Places of Change: Colleges, Communities, and the Logic of Struggle
AbstractI have written widely about the CFJ and I feel strongly that it stands as an excellent contemporary model for coalition building on college campuses. But what I want to discuss in this article is the impact that the group's organizing had on the larger, extended community of the Hamptons. I contend that the issues raised, the institutions engaged, and the visions created by the CFJ left a lasting impression on the area's political landscape.
Education for Democracy: Fighting the Corporate Takeover
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