Gone to Croatan: Origins of North American Dropout Culture

Ron Sakolsky, James Koehnline

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status Copy #1 (2382): in
genre History » North American History
publisher Autonomedia
publish date December 1, 1994
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  • By Meg Duke -

    This book blew my mind with each new essay! This compilation tells of uprisings, maroon communities, tribal alliances, multiracial and multiethnic slave, servant, and worker revolts, whiskey rebellions, and the anarcho-wild folk on the fringe of the frontier, fighting for freedom both before America’s independence from Britain as well as after, under the new rule of its upper-class hegemonic government. The history no one has heard, for “to be outside of the law is to be outside of history, which connotes being outside of that most fundamental of laws: the law of time itself.”

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