HOMES NOT JAILS
[Fiction - Literature - Anarchy]
San Francisco, 1992: Conservative politicians in the White House, Governor's Mansion and Mayor's office are marching in lockstep across a nation gripped by a dreary recession and 12 years of unrepentant republicrat rule. All over the city of St. Francis, thousands of homeless people roam the streets. In anger and desperation, they unite with a band of scruffy urban radicals to carry out a militant campaign of mass organized squatting. They call themselves Homes Not Jails ! A gripping novel written by a veteran activist, himself a member of a SF group, called, coincidentally, Homes Not Jails.
Black Rain Press (2002) 140 p. 14 x 22 cm - In English