The Perpetual Three-Dot Column
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by Jesse Walker

Sunday, February 27, 2011
SELF-PROMOTION: I've been lax about linking to my Reason stories. Catching up:

• "
Teaching People Power" is an interview with Gene Sharp, the preeminent scholar of nonviolent conflict.

• "People Who Live in the Shade" is an interview with Thaddeus Russell, author of A Renegade History of the United States.

• "The Secret Lives of Bees" is a very brief review of Thomas Seeley's book Honeybee Democracy.

• "Go Down, Pharaoh" is a column about the Egyptian revolution. It was published before Mubarak fell out of power, so it's somewhat out of date, but I think the commentary holds up pretty well.

Also, the April issue of Reason, which isn't online yet, includes a version of my Web column about Jared Lee Loughner.


posted by Jesse 1:53 PM
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