Politactics

Politactics

Political Conversations from Everyday Analysis

The everyday of politics is the politics of the everyday.


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Technology, politics and entertainment have merged to the point of confusion. Politactics, the third book from the Everyday Analysis collective, is a set of conversations about how to sift through this organized but disordered mess and create a framework which could enact change against political and corporate hegemony. An internationalist collection of essays, articles, responses and letters, the book argues that we need a ‘politactical’ mindset in order to develop tactical and practical responses to the situations in which we are finding ourselves politically.

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Even if you thought you knew the truth, you wouldn't be close. Get/read a copy of Politactics. ~ Mark McGowan (The Artist Taxi Driver)

ABOUT THE AUTHOR.
EDA Collective
EDA Collective Everyday Analysis (for which they use the author name EDA Collective) is a group of writers, mostly in Manchester, in the UK, who have been ...
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