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“When someone whines about what they can possibly do if it’s really true that voting won’t fix everything, hand them this book. When someone proposes violence as the only serious option available, hand them this book.”

David Swanson, & OpEd News

Josh Bolotsky

Josh Bolotsky is an online organizer, blogger, comedic performer/writer and occasional voiceover artist, currently serving as new media director for Agit-Pop Communications and its Other 98% Project. While at Agit-Pop, he has worked on creating and spreading projects that include the RepubliCorp effort for MoveOn, and Target Ain’t People, the very first Depeche-Mode-inspired take on the Citizens United decision to break a million views on YouTube. Josh also serves as part of the national volunteer collective that manages Living Liberally, a network of progressive social groups and activist resources in all fifty states. He enjoys vegan chili and writing about himself in the third person.

Contributed Modules

Principle: Beware the tyranny of structurelessness

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June 13, 2012

Sometimes the least structured group can be the most tyrannical. Counter by promoting accountability within the group.

Principle: Use your radical fringe to shift the Overton window

Contributed by
June 5, 2012

The Overton window is the limit of what is considered reasonable or acceptable within a range of public policy options. Slide the window of acceptable debate by focusing attention on a position that is more radical than your own.

Principle: Delegate

Contributed by and
May 29, 2012

In the final analysis, groups don’t get things done, people do. Delegate!