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The protests in Stuttgart, Germany,
in October 2010 have a new quality.
Carl Olaf Papke, Popular Discontent and Civil Disobedience in Germany
Joan Chen, The Police Protected Law-Breakers in Stuttgart
Carla Lomax, The Speculative Aspect of the Project That Caused the Conflict in Stuttgart
Commentary: The "Rule of Nepotism and Corruption"?
Andreas Weiland, Peaceful Civil Resistance in Stuttgart, Denunciations, and A New Act
AW, Stuttgart Poems
The Events in Stuttgart Provoke Popular Resistance. Impressions Gleaned from E-mails
John Walter, A Democracy Movement in the Making
Orville, Gene Markopoulos,et al., Bury the Hatchet and Join the Democracy
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