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Cracks in a Grey Sky

Cracks in a Grey Sky

An anthology of Do or Die: Voices from ecological Resistance.

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Do or Die was ten issues of a very influential paper out of the UK. Subtitled Voices from the Ecological Resistance, it brought together a wide variety of voices and perspectives from around the world, but was especially meaningful for those who were fighting the monolith in urban spaces, sometimes in their own backyards, vs in the US, where much of the inspiration and activity came from places that could still be called wild. 

This packed book is a collection of some of the best of the paper, including the one piece that people still know about, the especially-substantive "Down with the Empire, Up with the Spring!"... The folks at Ardent consider this an homage to the paper, as well as a reminder of some of the creative and fiesty actions and connections still possible in our increasingly concretized world.

Introduction 

Twyford Downs 
Trees for Life 
A Letter from Scotland 
Car Chases, Sabotage, and Arthur Dent 
News from the Autonomous Zones 
Biodiversity and the British Isles 
Open Letter to Minister for Transport 
Going Green, a review by John C. Stauber 
Shoreham: Live Exports 
No Opencast 
The New Luddite War 
My First Genetic Crop Trashing 
Sabbing Shell 
Take A Sad Song and Make It Better?
Bashing the GEnie Back in the Bottle 

Derek Fingers the Green Nazis 
Critical Mass: Reclaiming Space and Combating the Car 
Reclaim the Streets 
Stop Making Sense: Direct Action and Action Theatre 
Lights, Camera, Activism 
Friday June 18, 1999 
Desire is Speaking 
Running to Stand Still 
Space Invaders: Rants about Radical Space 

EF! and Tribalism 231
Direct Action Six Years Down the Road 
Action Stations! 
Down with the Empire, Up with the Spring 

Afterword
Three Years After: an interview with the editors

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