How to Make Trouble and Influence People: Pranks, Protests, Graffiti & Political Mischief-making From Across Australia by Iain McIntyreHow to Make Trouble and Influence People: Pranks, Protests, Graffiti & Political Mischief-making From Across Australia by Iain McIntyre

How to Make Trouble and Influence People: Pranks, Protests, Graffiti & Political Mischief-making…

byIain McIntyreForeword byAndrew Hansen

Paperback | October 15, 2013

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Exploring Australia’s radical past through more than 300 images and 500 stories of social activism, this book reveals a hidden inspirational history through Indigenous resistance, convict revolts, student occupations, and more. Twelve key Australian activists and pranksters are interviewed regarding their firsthand opposition to racism, nuclear power, war, economic exploitation, and religious conservatism via humor and creativity. A scrapbook of Aussie humor and courage, this is a must have volume for activists and Australian enthusiasts alike.

Iain McIntyre is an author, a musician, and a community radio broadcaster. He is the author of Tomorrow Is Today and You! Andrew Hansen is an award-winning comedian and a musician best known for being a member of the satirical team "The Chaser," which performs on television and in live theater.
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Title:How to Make Trouble and Influence People: Pranks, Protests, Graffiti & Political Mischief-making…Format:PaperbackProduct dimensions:320 pages, 8.25 × 8.25 × 0.8 inShipping dimensions:8.25 × 8.25 × 0.8 inPublished:October 15, 2013Publisher:PM PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1604865954

ISBN - 13:9781604865950

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"While the title parodies the most famous example of the self-help genre, How to Make Trouble is more Howard Zinn than Dale Carnegie. It offers an alternative history of Australia, chronicling how it has progressed by a series of little rebellions." —Madeline Ostrander, yesmagazine.org