HOW TO START A REVOLUTION, released in the Fall of 2011, follows the life and work of revolutionary academic Gene Sharp, who wrote From Dictatorship to Democracy -- a book used to topple dictatorships all over the world.
(Kayemlin) Sharp, a quiet 83-year-old from Boston, is arguably
the fuse behind the revolutions that sparked the Arab world.
- AUDIO: Sharp amazed by Egypt's youth (NPR)
- Gene Sharp: How to Start a Revolution (Telegraph)
- The Nonviolent Revolution Rule Book (BBC)
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- The revolution at Cairo’s American University
- Pushing for police reform in Egypt
- Gene Sharp's theory of power
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