My (brief) life as a labor activist.
Today, I’ll admit I have no idea what an effective form of protest looks like, but getting together as a group with signs and props feels archaic and useless, almost as if it was invented by those who want any dissent to be easily dismissed.
Ignorant protesters successfully censor an art exhibition in Boston.
Scott (and, by implication, Freddie) has put together a challenging retort to my arguments that most large-scale political protests are inevitably undermined by the unpreventable introduction of irrelevant issues into the protest and are thus exercises in futility. At the risk of beating a dead horse, Scott’s riposte really deserves a full response. Scott essentially concedes…