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Greenham: Non-Violent Women -v- The Crown Prerogative

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When ordinary people set aside our ordinary lives to occupy public spaces to register our opposition to injustices, the state always takes notice.
It was heartening to see non-violent people power in action in Kiev at the time of the Ukraine election. When tents were again set up in Martyrs Square, Beirut, to protest the assassination of the former prime minister, this non-violent action effectively brought down the Lebanese government. Wherever and whenever events of this kind take place, the same spirit that empowered the protest on Greenham Common is active again.
The Crown Prerogative is an exclusive privilege conferred on Her Majesty the Queen and administered on her behalf by her Ministers in Parliament. It is held that the Crown alone is entitled to decide the disposition of the armed forces. The propriety of such decisions cannot be questioned in a court of law.

Used: Good. Pages clean. No annotations, no scuffing

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Author(s):
Hipperson, Sarah
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0955012201
ISBN-13:
9780955012204
Publisher:
Greenham Publications
Title:
Greenham: Non-Violent Women -v- The Crown Prerogative

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When ordinary people set aside our ordinary lives to occupy public spaces to register our opposition to injustices, the state always takes notice.
It was heartening to see non-violent people power in action in Kiev at the time of the Ukraine election. When tents were again set up in Martyrs Square, Beirut, to protest the assassination of the former prime minister, this non-violent action effectively brought down the Lebanese government. Wherever and whenever events of this kind take place, the same spirit that empowered the protest on Greenham Common is active again.
The Crown Prerogative is an exclusive privilege conferred on Her Majesty the Queen and administered on her behalf by her Ministers in Parliament. It is held that the Crown alone is entitled to decide the disposition of the armed forces. The propriety of such decisions cannot be questioned in a court of law.

Used: Good. Pages clean. No annotations, no scuffing

Author(s):
Hipperson, Sarah
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0955012201
ISBN-13:
9780955012204
Publisher:
Greenham Publications
Title:
Greenham: Non-Violent Women -v- The Crown Prerogative

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