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Table of Contents
                            Preface and Acknowledgments
Contents
Notes on Contributors
List of Charts and Figures
List of Diagrams
List of Tables
Chapter 1: Introduction: Dynamics of Social Movements, Revolution, and Social Transformation
	Historical Background
	Factors Leading to the Emergence of Social Movements
	Movement Organization, Strategy, and Tactics
	Social Movements in the Twentieth and Early Twenty-First Centuries
		Historical Cases from the Early to the Mid Twentieth Century
		Mid to Late Twentieth Century Movement Mobilization
		Recent Movement Mobilization Across the Globe
	Conclusion
	References
Part I: Theoretical, Methodological, and Historical Approaches to Social Movements, Revolutions, and Social Transformation
	Chapter 2: Classical and Contemporary Conventional Theories of Social Movements
		Classical Conventional Theories of Social Movements
			Utopian Socialism Versus Elite Theory
			Early Sociological Views of Social Movements
		Contemporary Conventional Theories of Social Movements
			Relative Deprivation, Strain Theory
			Resource Mobilization Theory
			Political Opportunity/Process Theory
			“New Social Movements,” Collective Identity Theory
			Framing Theory
		Conclusion
		References
	Chapter 3: Methodological Approaches to Movement Waves and the Making of History
		Conceptualizing Movement Building in Dimensions of Struggle
			Movement Elements
			Movement Waves
			Dimensions of Struggle: Periods and Terrains
			Movement Building in Struggle: Praxis
		How to Conduct a Movement Building Analysis
		The Method in Action: The Wisconsin Uprising and Beyond
			The Wisconsin Uprising
			The Uses of Movement Building Analysis
		Conclusions
		References
	Chapter 4: The Marxist Theory of Social Movements, Revolution, and Social Transformation
		Social Movements, the State, and Class Struggle
			The Class Basis of Social Movements and Social Transformation
			Capitalist Ideological Hegemony
		The Capitalist State and Class Struggle
		The State, Class Struggle, and Revolution
		Social Movements, Revolution, and Social Transformation
		Globalization and the Future of Social Movements and Revolution
		Conclusion
		References
	Chapter 5: Twentieth-Century Socialist Revolutions and Their Class Components: Russia, China, Cuba, and Vietnam
		The Origins of Revolutionary Organization
		Periodization and Ideology
		Class Participants in Socialist Revolution
		The Social Identity of the Intellectuals
		Rural Labor and Socialist Revolution
		Rural Labor and Political Organization
		The Role of Urban Workers
		The Myth of Working-Class Privilege
		The Revolutionary Alliance
		The Revolutionary Party and the Working Class
		The Primacy of Politics
		Conclusion
		References
Part II: Social Movements and Social Change: Varieties of Social Movements in the Twentieth and Early Twenty-First Century
	Chapter 6: Repression, Resistance, and Development of the Labor Movement in the United States
		Institutional Exclusion and Labor’s Response to Repression
		Social Divisions and the Role of Labor Anti-Communism
		The Decline of Organized Labor and the Rise of Finance Capital
		The Future of Organized Labor
		References
	Chapter 7: Decade of Turbulence: Social Movements and Rebellion in the 1960s
		Background to the Social Movements of the 1960s
		The Civil Rights/Black Liberation Movement
		The Urban Rebellions
		The Campus Anti-War Movement
		Students for a Democratic Society
		The Women’s Rights Movement
		Labor Insurgency
		The Counter Cultural Movement
		Conclusion
		References
	Chapter 8: Neoliberalism and Social Movements in Latin America: Mobilizing the Resistance
		Historical Background
		The Resurgence of the Latin American Left
		The Political Left in the Neoliberal World Order
		The Political Context for the Resurgence of Popular Movements
		The Left Social Movements: Mobilizing the Anti-Neoliberal Resistance and Social Revolution
		A Third Wave of Anti-Neoliberal Social Movements: The Rural Landless Workers of Brazil Take Center Stage
		Regime Change and Capitalist Development in the New Millennium
		The Resistance, Class Struggle, and Social Movements on the Expanding Frontier of Extractive Capital
		The Class Struggle and Social Movement Dynamics of the Resistance
			The Disconnect between the Old and New Left
			Politics and Revolutionary Ethics
		Social Movement Dynamics in the Post-Neoliberal Era
		Conclusion
		References
	Chapter 9: Neoliberalism, State Repression and the Rise of Social Protest in Africa
		Bottom-Up Resistance Rises
		Protest, Repression, and Resistance in South Africa
		Continental Bottom-Up Protests in Search of an Overarching Ideology
		References
	Chapter 10: The Naxalite Movement, the Oppressive State, and the Revolutionary Struggle in India
		The Adivasis and the Naxalite Movement
		Neoliberalism, Extractive Capital, and the Oppressive State
		Conclusion
		References
	Chapter 11: Neoliberalism, Contentious Politics, and  the Rise of Authoritarianism in Southeast Asia
		Cambodia: Toward a Personalist Dictatorship
			A Regime in Transition
			Overcoming Social and Political Challenges
			Weaponizing Social Media
			A Personalist Dictatorship
		Thailand: Revolution and Counterrevolution
			The Thaksin “Revolution”
			Counterrevolution and the Middle Class
		Duterte and the Revolt Against Liberal Democracy in the Philippines
			Duterte as Fascist
				Duterte’s Middle-Class Base
				Carino Brutal
				Eliminationism
				Duterte’s Political Project
				A Fascist Original
		Conclusion
		References
	Chapter 12: Nationalism and Nationalist Movements in the Age of Neoliberal Globalization
		The Class Nature of Nationalism and Nationalist Movements
		Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict on a World Scale
			The Third World
			The Advanced Capitalist Countries
			Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union
		The Rise of Right-Wing Ultranationalist Movements in the Twentieth and Early Twenty-First Century
			Factors Contributing to the Rise of Right-Wing Ultranationalist Movements
			Variations in Right-Wing Ultranationalist Movements
				The Third World
				The Advanced Capitalist Countries
			Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union
		Conclusion
		References
Part III: Social Movements, Revolution, and Social Transformation in the Twenty-First Century
	Chapter 13: Global Justice Movements: Past, Present, and Future
		Globalization and Neoliberalism
		Mobilizations from Below
		Global Justice Movements
		Social Movements in the New Millennium
		The Prospects for Change
		References
	Chapter 14: Neoliberalism, the Global Capitalist Crisis, and the Occupy Wall Street Movement
		Structural Context
		Social Movements, Ideology, and Web 2.0
		Methods and Data
		A Brief History of Occupy Wall Street
		Analysis of Occupy Wall Street Online Discourse
		The Shortcomings of the Movement: Occupy Wall Street and Its Insensitivity to Color-Blind Racism
		Conclusion
		References
	Chapter 15: Neoliberal Globalization and Transnational Women’s Movements in the Early Twenty-First Century
		The Context of the Neoliberal Nation-State and Beyond National Borders: The Philippine Case
			The Local Front of Struggle
			The Transnational Front of Struggle
			The Underground Revolutionary Struggle: A Strategy Under a Repressive Regime
		Social Reproduction as a Context of Struggle: Transnational Movements of Migrant Domestic Workers
		Indigenous Women’s Transnational Resistance and Global Women’s Solidarity
		Conclusion
		References
	Chapter 16: Social Movements and New Technology: The Dynamics of Cyber Activism in the Digital Age
		New Technology Platforms and Social Movement Organizing
		The Use of ICTs to Support Social Justice Issues
			The Zapatista Rebellion
			The Battle of Seattle
			The Arab Spring
			Occupy Wall Street
			The Black Lives Matter and #MeToo Social Movements
			Social Media as a Tool of White Supremacists
		Hacktivism and Other Forms of Electronic Activism
		Conclusion
		References
	Chapter 17: System Change, Not Climate Change: Radical Social Transformation in the Twenty-First Century
		Naming the Enemy
		Political Cultures of Opposition: A Brief History of the Twentieth Century
		Political Cultures of Creation: A Brief Survey of the Present
		The Great Movements for Radical Social Change in the Early Twenty-First Century
			The Zapatistas
			The Global Justice Movement
			The Pink Tide
			The Arab Spring
			Occupy Everything
		What We Might Try: A Proposal
			Existing Models
			What Comes Next?
		Linking Arms: A US Scenario
			Going Global
		Concluding Thoughts
		References
	Chapter 18: Global Social Movements and World Revolutions in the Twenty-First Century
		Social Movements and Revolutions in World-Historical Perspective
			The World Revolution of 20xx
				Precariat Fractions
		The Multicentric Network of Leftist Movements
		Global North/South Challenges
		A Global United Front?
		References
	Chapter 19: Conclusion: Socialism in Our Time? The Prospects for Socialism in the Twenty-First Century
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Index
                        

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