May Day on Rabble.ca

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On Rabble.ca today:

“An announcement of spring, dancing around a pole, crowning a queen, fertility rituals, assorted festivities — joyful community celebrations of the month of May can be traced back through the ages.

May Day or International Workers’ Day — another way of observing the first day of May throughout the world — is not quite as old, and has been more contentious. As political economist Leo Panitch argues, for the last one hundred years, “May Day has symbolized the common struggles of workers around the globe.” The day, with its own themes of renewal and change, represents a history of protest.”

Read the review here:

http://rabble.ca/books/reviews/2012/04/may-day-graphic-novel-retells-old-stories-struggle

And ordering information is here: http://www.btlbooks.com/book/may-day

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