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Sheryl Crow
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sheryl Suzanne Crow (born February 11, 1962) is an American singer-songwriter and musician. Her music blends rock, country and pop into one mainstream sound, and she has won nine Grammy Awards. Crow is also a liberal political activist. She has performed with the Rolling Stones and has sung duets with Mick Jagger, Michael Jackson, Eric Clapton, Luciano Pavarotti, John Mellencamp and Kid Rock, among others, and appeared on backing vocals for Tina Turner. Crow's recordings have appeared on the soundtracks to Cars, Erin Brockovich and Tomorrow Never Dies, among many others.

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Loyal to Trentino
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Loyal to Trentino is a regionalist social-liberal Italian political party based in the province of Trentino. It was launched in 2003 by former members of the Italian Republican Party, the Italian Democratic Socialist Party and Democratic Alliance, who run in the 1998 provincial election within the list Trentino Tomorrow. Also former members of the Italian Socialist Party took part to that list, but they later joined the Italian Democratic Socialists. Its leading members are Enzo Bassetti and Marco Benedetti, both former long-time Republicans.

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Activists and the Surveillance State
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The use of secret police, security agencies and informers to spy on, disrupt and undermine opposition to the dominant political and economic order has a long history. This book reflects on the surveillance, harassment and infiltration that pervades the lives of activists, organisations and movements that are labelled as 'threats to national security'. Activists and scholars from the UK, South Africa, Canada, the US, Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand expose disturbing stories of political policing to question what lies beneath state surveillance. Problematising the social amnesia that exists within progressive political networks and supposed liberal democracies, Activists and the Surveillance State shows that ultimately, movements can learn from their own repression, developing a critical and complex understanding of the nature of states, capital and democracy today that can inform the struggles of tomorrow.

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The Origins of Worker Mobilisation
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'This is a truly path-breaking study of the collective impulse among workers, with important pointers for the global historiography of labour.' Terry Irving, University of Wollongong, Australia 'Quinlan sees much in common with today’s world of work and the period he examines. He writes with the radical certainty that those who are oppressed can only redress their grievances by making those who rule uneasy, with even the smallest actions contributing to this unease. All of which, collectively and eventually, makes a difference. Overall, Quinlan’s book is testament to the possibilities and persistence of dissent and rebellion despite draconian and oppressive hegemonies that would have it otherwise – yesterday, today, and tomorrow.' Rowan Cahill, Labour History Melbourne In its own terms, Quinlan’s book is a major achievement, not least because it has thecapacity to propel the history of class structures here and overseas in new directions.Moreover, it is timely, as he points out, to consider this history in a period when precariouslabour and informal methods of struggle return, as the global working class’ reality,in the neo-liberal era. Terry Irving, University of Wollongong, Australia 'Its major contribution will remain the depth of its inquiry into a period when unfree and free labour underpinned economic growth, in often extremely harsh working conditions, but tempered by the challenges that workers, individually and collectively, threw up to them' Mark Finnane Griffith University This is a remarkable, and remarkably useful, book. It is the outcome of an exhaustive project – over 30 years of excavating the history of workers’ struggles, exactly the kind of work that the neoliberal university has no time for. From those decades of systematic and comprehensive trawling through the colonial press and an enormous variety of official and personal records, Michael Quinlan has created an updateable data base (the empirical material on which the book is based) from which the earliest history of class struggle in this country can be fully appreciated. Diane Fieldes, Marxist Left Review 'This is perhaps the most significant book published for some time on Australian labour history...This is the work of a scholarly career...Michael Quinlan’s documentation of labour resistance is formidable. As a historical work it will give some aid and comfort to those in the labour movement who believe that agitation does not require continuing organization in the form of unions.' John Michael O’Brien, University of Sydney

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Activists and the Surveillance State
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The use of secret police, security agencies and informers to spy on, disrupt and undermine opposition to the dominant political and economic order has a long history. This book reflects on the surveillance, harassment and infiltration that pervades the lives of activists, organisations and movements that are labelled as 'threats to national security'. Activists and scholars from the UK, South Africa, Canada, the US, Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand expose disturbing stories of political policing to question what lies beneath state surveillance. Problematising the social amnesia that exists within progressive political networks and supposed liberal democracies, Activists and the Surveillance State shows that ultimately, movements can learn from their own repression, developing a critical and complex understanding of the nature of states, capital and democracy today that can inform the struggles of tomorrow.

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