A Place for Protest: The Billionaires for Bush Interrupt the Hegemonologue

Performance and PlaceA Place for Protest: The Billionaires for Bush Interrupt the Hegemonologue,
in Performance and Place,
eds. Hill, Leslie and Helen Paris.
Palgrave Macmillan, 2006:  170-179.

An account of the creative protests against the Republican National Convention in New York City in 2004.  This piece focuses on the increasingly threatened right to peaceable assembly, and by groups like Billionaires for Bush to get around those restrictions and denials with tactical performance.

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