HOW TO MAKE TROUBLE AND INFLUENCE PEOPLE
> BY IAIN MCINTYRE
>PUBLISHED BY BREAKDOWN PRESS
Featuring Stories and images collected together from Australia’s radical past. This anthology is a rich collection of often unheard events and people from across the land.
This collection reveals Australia’s radical past through tales of Indigenous resistance, convict revolts and escapes, picket line hi-jinks, student occupations, creative direct action, media pranks, urban interventions, squatting, blockades, banner drops, street theatre and billboard liberation.
Also includes 14 INTERVIEWS with Australian troublemakers, including The Chaser, Buga-Up, Kevin Buzzacott, John Safran, Pauline Pantsdown, Dave Burgess, Meredith Burgmann, Deborah Kelly, Order of Perpetual Indulgence, Stuart Highway, John Howard Ladies’ Auxiliary Fan Club, No To Pope Coalition and The Graffiti Games Organising Committee.
Written and Researched by Iain McIntyre with the assistance in Book Design, Photo Research and Editing by Lou Smith and Tom Sevil.
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Published by Breakdown Press, 2009.