Y para rematar esta redada de materiales ajenos, una nueva entrega de Andy Merrifield en el blog sobre urbanismo de la Universidad de Manchester. De nuevo espejos franceses para reflexionar la condición urbana contemporánea…

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by Andy Merrifield, Leverhulme Visiting Professor, Geography, University of Manchester

 

“When the government violates people’s rights, insurrection is, for the people and each portion of the people, the most sacred of rights and the most indispensable of duties?”

— Robespierre

“The history of the revolutionary movement is, first of all, the history of the links that give it its consistency”

— Agents of the Imaginary Party

One of the recurrent gripes about the movement we’ve  come to call “Occupy” — from the mass demonstrations in Cairo’s Tahrir Square to the eventual clearing out of Zuccotti Park — has been its failure to conceive a plan of action, a concerted strategy during its insurrection. There wasn’t and still isn’t any strategic campaign, critics says, no coordination between particular occupations, no sense of how to amalgamate and channel all that anger and dissatisfaction into a singular, unified oppositional force — one…

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