Nathan Schneider’s ’s book Thank You, Anarchy: Notes From the Occupy Apocalypse was recently published by University of California Press. Schneider is an editor for the blogs Waging Nonviolence, a source for daily news and analysis on resistance movements around the world, and Killing the Buddha, an online magazine of religion, culture and politics. His own website is The Row Boat.
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