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June 20, 2017 04:05 PM UTC

The Resistance Handbook: 45 Ways To Fight Trump

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  • by: ProgressNow Colorado

The #1 question we hear from our friends and allies since January is, “What more can I do to resist Trump?” And now, we’ve got a handbook.

Our friends Markos Moulitsas, founder of Daily Kos, and Michael Huttner, the founder of ProgressNow Colorado, just released their new book: The Resistance Handbook: 45 Ways to Fight Trump.

The great and easy-to-read guide giving activists dozens of ways to rid our nation of Trump, while also building the infrastructure to support long-term progressive change in our country. Help us get this book into the hands of as many Americans as possible. You can purchase this book on Amazon.com or click here to find an independent bookstore near you.

The Resistance Handbook offers 45 ways to stop the 45th president of the United States in his tracks, including ways to:

• Protect our culture from the degrading effects of Trump’s presidency, which rewarded bullying, sexism, racism, and xenophobia.

• Protect our communities from Trump’s personal attacks, which he and his Republican friends target at women, people of color, youth, immigrants, Jewish people, Muslims, and others.

• Fight for our values and the issues that define us—in the face of a four-year assault on racial justice, income equality, the environment, women’s rights, education, and worker’s rights.

• Build the infrastructure this movement needs (and sorely lacks), including the capacity to register and get out the vote for the 97 million Americans who didn’t cast a ballot in 2016; to find, train and promote tomorrow’s leaders; and to develop the media organizations that will report the facts and promote our values and candidates.

The Resistance Handbook provides a much-needed guide to fighting Trump and building a better, more just, and more equitable America for the future.

Visit Amazon.com to order now or click here to find an independent bookstore near you!

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4 thoughts on “The Resistance Handbook: 45 Ways To Fight Trump

    1. There you go again Gerbils, spreading ignorance where ever you go.  Read it and weep:

      When we look at all of these maps in totality, we are left with the inescapable conclusion that American conservatism is correlated with a less developed society. On average, states which are controlled by conservatives have poorer, sicker, and less educated populations than more progressive states; additionally, these states tend to have higher incarceration and unwanted pregnancy rates.

      While there is a legitimate argument about the direction of correlation in this pattern—does conservatism stunt development or are stunted societies attracted to conservatism—this doesn’t actually affect the greater political narrative. If conservatism actively stunts society, it should be disregarded out of hand, while, if conservatism is just attractive to residents in stunted societies due to propaganda or social identification (ex. religious adherence), then it is merely ineffective in improving society. Either way, it would be foolish to want to expand such an ideology to more states or even to the federal government.

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      If you want to model your federal government on a state-level policy laboratory, what could possibly make you choose one of the conservative models over one of the progressive models (ex. picking the Mississippi education model over the Massachusetts one)? The weight of the evidence shows that, on average, conservative states not only have worse living standards than more progressive states, but are actually having their living standards artificially inflated with money redistributed from states which pay more to the federal treasury than the pay in.

      Count yourself lucky you live in a progressive state like Colorado. Although it does puzzle me that you haven’t packed up and moved to GOP Heaven next door in Kansas. Too chicken to live by your principles?

       

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