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Year of Publication: 2002
A social history that goes up to end of 20th century, primarily discusses British examples, but has references to many other countries.
Year of Publication: 1976
Ward, a leading anarchist theorist and expert on housing, examines the post-1945 British squatters movement (pp. 13-27) and assesses the revival of squatting between 1968 and early 1970s.
A Guide to Civil Resistance
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