Chapter One Direct Action: Past and Present.
Part One Liberal States, Global Neoliberalism and Issues of Power.
Chapter Two Violence, Nonviolence and Power: Is Liberal Democracy Nonviolent?.
Chapter Three Democratic Deficit, Civil Society and Social Movements: the Role for Direct Action.
Chapter Four Economic Globalization and Democratic Deficit: The Role of Global Resistance.
Part Two Democratic Theory and the Role of Direct Action.
Chapter Five Liberal Democratic Theory, Direct Action and Globalization.
Chapter Six Participatory Democracy and Direct Action: Republicanism, Deliberative Democracy and Critiques.
Chapter Seven Socialism, Cosmopolitanism and Direct Democracy.
Chapter Eight Democratic Arguments for Direct Action
Brian Martin, Journal of Peace Research
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