1. Research Library

        Nongovernmental Politics

        Michel Feher with Gaelle Krikorian, and Yates McKee

        New York: Zone Books 2010

        ISBN 9781890951757

      1. A 700-page anthology charting the history and development of nongovernmental politics. Political activists of this type do not aspire to political power themselves, but seek to influence the policies of governments and/or international bodies such as the WTO or the UN. Includes profiles of specific NGOs, interviews with activists, etc. Provides, for example, a basis from which to think about the rise and fall of the anti-globalization movement as a post-1989 phenomenon.