Talk:1999 Seattle WTO protests

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POV issues[edit]

I really feel that this article doesn't paint the whole picture well. It seems slanted towards the protesters' point of view, as apposed to being neutral. The article spends more time talking about how many groups of protesters were there, the buildup, and the aftermath especially seems like it is geared towards a police brutality mindset. I edited some on the N30 section, because it didn't even show the National Guard or State Patrol had been sent into Downtown Seattle.

There is more that I wanted to edit, but just could not find a source to quote, and my personal memory, from being downtown during the time is not a proper reference. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Jmf12b (talkcontribs) 10:13, 10 November 2012 (UTC)Reply[reply]

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Unused sources[edit]

  • The Black Bloc Papers: An Anthology of Primary Texts From The North American Anarchist Black Bloc 1988–2005, by Xavier Massot & David Van Deusen, Breaking Glass Press, Shawnee Mission, KS, 2010. ISBN 0-9791671-0-8
  • Christopher DeLaurenti N30: Live at the WTO Protest, November 30, 1999 and N30: Who Guards the Guardians Audio pieces made from live field recordings at the scene and police scanner recordings captured at N30.
  • Parrish, Geov. "Beyond Gandhi". Seattle Weekly. November 24, 1999.
  • Gates, Rhoderick. "Seattle Explosion: 2 Years Too Late". Our Time, November 31, 1999.
  • Movie This Is What Democracy Looks Like.
  • George, Susan Fixing or nixing the WTO Le Monde diplomatique, January 2000.
  • Monbiot, George Still bent on world conquest, Guardian, London, December 16, 1999
  • Highleyman, Liz (1999). "Scenes from the Battle of Seattle". Black Rose Web Pages. Retrieved March 28, 2008.
  • The Battle of Seattle : "Globalize This!" – on the Internet Archived September 6, 2018, at the Wayback Machine Globalize This! : The Battle Against the World Trade Organization and Corporate Rule, edited by Kevin Danaher & Roger Burbach (Monroe, Maine, Common Courage Press, 2000, 218 pages)
  • Almeida, Paul D. and Mark I. Lichbach. 2003. “To the Internet, from the Internet: Comparative Media Coverage of Transnational Protest.” Mobilization 8(3): 249–272 (October)

Moved from the article; feel free to restore where needed, if reliable. czar 18:27, 21 February 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]