Why do protests seem less effective today than they did just a few short years ago? Thousands of people on the streets, marching, yet nothing actually seems to change. Could it be that what we see as protests are really stage-managed events designed with another motive in mind? And what of the idea that it is individuals who make a difference? Has this once proud truth been subsumed by those who seek collective action in the name of the state?
We’ll be looking into all this and a whole lot more on The Rabbit Hole: Politics and Prose, a Liberty Nation production