Wages of rebellion chris hedges book review in wages of rebellion journalist activist and author chris hedges discusses the history of many successful and unsuccessful revolutions revolts uprisings and insurrections drawing from marx and other historians hedges concludes that revolutions are never made by the poor. In wages of rebellion chris hedges who has chronicled the malaise and sickness of a society in terminal moral decline in his books empire of illusion and death of the liberal class . Wages of rebellion by chris hedges 286 pp nation books 2699 george packer a staff writer for the new yorker is the author most recently of the unwinding which won the 2013 . 46 quotes from wages of rebellion the moral imperative of revolt i do not fight fascists because i will win i fight fascists because they are fascists declining wages joblessness government imposed austerity measures and assaults on civil liberties the rising living standards experienced by the american working class in . Chris hedges talked about his book wages of rebellion in which he looks at stories of rebels from around the world and throughout history to illuminate the causes of revolution and resistanceshe
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