This study focuses primarily on the nature of "direct action" in
relation to contemporary movements, and considers the role of
direct action methods in past campaigns for constitutional and
social rights. Boycotts, sit-ins, obstructions, civil disobedience
and other unconstitutional forms of protest are examined to see
whether they necessarily lead to violence. The political conditions
which encourage violence and the effects of various type of violent
action are also discussed. The theoretical issues raised by direct
action in a parliamentary system are also discussed.
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