A War On People (eBook)
Drug User Politics And A New Ethics Of Community
Sobre o livro
In a contemporary condition increasingly characterized by widely diffused complexity and war as governance, how do we conduct political activity and what might be its aim? A War on People takes up these questions to offer a glimpse at a possible alternative future through an ethnographically and theoretically rich look at the political and ethical activity of some unlikely political actors: active and former users of heroin and crack cocaine. The result is a groundbreaking book on how anti–drug war political activity enacts through processes of worldbuilding non-normative, open, and relationally inclusive alternatives to such key ethical-political concepts as community, freedom, and care.