So-called “radical” political protest and activism, from the great peasant revolts to the ‘velvet’ revolution, has always been, in the final analysis, about the big issues of justice, social and economic equality, and political representation. Sometimes activist movements have erupted into distinctly anti-capitalist efforts, more often such efforts are more modest and localized in nature. In the past thirty . . . → Read More: kirbycairo: Quebec, Protests, Activism, and Threats to Power. . .