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Time Without Work (paper only)

People Who are Not Working Tell Their Stories
Walli F. Leff and Marilyn G. Haft
Released 1983-01-01
Leff and Haft use statistical, historical, and cross-cultural evidence to challenge the myth that most people in American society actually work and that the work ethic is well-entrenched and pervasive.
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What Lies Beneath

Katrina, Race, and the State of the Nation
South End Press Collective (editors); Afterword by Joy James
Released 2007-02-01
Short and accessible, this anthology, featuring such voices as Common Ground, INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence, Suheir Hammad, Jordan Flaherty, and Ross Gelbspan, takes readers beyond the Superdome. It explores the complexity of this turning point in US history as representative of the nationís direction and priorities.
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When the Prisoners Ran Walpole (paperback original)

A True Story in the Movement for Prison Abolition
Jamie Bissonette
Released 2008-04-05
After the Attica massacre awoke peoples' consciousness around the world, Massachusetts prisoners, working with 1530 civilian volunteers, won control of the operation of a maximum-security prison. When the Prisoners Ran Walpole brings this vital history to life, revealing what can happen when there is public will for change and trust that the incarcerated can achieve it. Their story is both proof of their deep humanity and hope for abolition.
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