Prison Rebellions as a Window to the New World: Every Crook Can Govern

By , July 24, 2011 7:17 am

As we write this, thousands of inmates across California–spearheaded by an organized bloc in the Pelican Bay secure housing unit (SHU)–are refusing meals and risking their bodies and lives in the struggle to reform the atrocious conditions prevalent across the state penitentiary system. But this struggle is about more than reforming incarceration and improving conditions: the hunger strike speaks to the struggle for revolutionary change across society as a whole an offers a preliminary glimpse of the new world gestating in the hellish bowels of the old.

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George Ciccariello-Maher and Jeff St. Andrews: Every Crook Can Govern.

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