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The Leaderless Revolutionexplains why our government institutions are inadequate to the task of solving major problems and offers a set of steps we can take to create lasting and workable solutions ourselves. In taking these steps, we can not only reclaim the control we have lost, but also a sense of meaning and community so elusive in the current circumstance. In a day and age when things feel bleak and beyond our control, this powerful and personal book will revive one's sense of hope that a better, more just and equitable order lies within our reach-if only we are willing to grasp it.
Table of Contents
|Preface: Guide to the Leaderless Revolution||p. xiii|
|Introduction: The Sheer Cliff Face||p. 1|
|The Wave and the Suicide Bomber||p. 25|
|The Pact||p. 39|
|Anarchy = Chaos||p. 61|
|The Importance of Meeting People||p. 91|
|The Man in the White Coat||p. 113|
|Why Chess Is an Inappropriate Metaphor for International Relations, Why Jackson Pollock Paintings Are a Better but Still Inadequate Metaphor, and Why This Has Profound Political Consequences||p. 129|
|The Means Are the Ends||p. 159|
|Kill the King! Nine Principles to Guide Action||p. 179|
|Conclusion: A Vision of the Human||p. 203|
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