July 14, 2013
ATS senior editors Miles Joyner, Vince Rinehart, and Keith Preston discuss the political potential of organized outlaws.
- The misperception of gangs as a distinctively lower class social phenomenon.
- The enormous size of the gang population in the United States.
- Gangs as a form of stateless tribal networks and models of fourth generation warfare organizations.
- Past efforts at the political organization of gangs.
- The role of gangs in past rebellions such as the 1992 West Coast uprisings.
- Why the lumpenproletariat has surpassed the traditional proletariat as the basis of class struggle.
- The relationship between gangs and ethno-identitarian movements.
- Gangs as source of streetfighters during revolutionary struggle.
- The criteria needed for effective protest movements.
- How a militant minority of passionate opinion-holders can affect society way beyond their numbers.
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