1999

The Power of Civil Disobedience

Six stories - Six decades

Exploring one of the 20th century's most important but least understood stories - how non-violent power has overcome oppression and authoritarian rule all over the world.
Very influential ideas when they first appeared - equally relevant today.

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Produced in 2 episodes: Part I, and Part II.

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Robert Steel interview about Trump
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Electric Universe
Electric Universe
The Commons — cooperatively managed lands and lifestyles that worked for the common good ...
The Promise of the Commons
The Promise of the Commons
Max Igan in free-fall, down the rabbit-hole, connecting the dots, re-bundling reality along the way. Whether ...
The Rise of Technocracy
The Rise of Technocracy
The Zapatistas are a free-form social movement in Mexico, that formed in opposition to the military ...
Zapatista
Zapatista
Political power is not intrinsic to rulers nor is it monolithic. It is transferable, but originates ...
The Power and Potential of Nonviolent Struggle
The Power and Potential of Nonviolent Strugg...
There are thousands of people working to change the 'system'. Professor Gar Alperovitz's vision focuses onworker-owned ...
The Next System Project
The Next System Project
A woman tries running an organic farm, and confronts the bureaucracy threatening to put her out ...
Farming in Fear
Farming in Fear
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