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DOI: 10.1111/b.9781405184649.2009.x


Kabouters Kabyl resistance to government Kadalie, Clements (ca. 1896–1951) Kashmir, popular struggles to 1947 Kashmir, under India Katarismo and indigenous popular mobilization, Bolivia, 1970s—present Kaunda, Kenneth (b. 1924) Kautsky, Karl (1854–1938) Kelly, Edward “Ned” (1855–1880) and the Kelly Gang Kelly, Petra (1947–1992) Kent State student uprising Kenya, national protests for independence Kenya, neoliberalism and women's protest Kenyatta, Jomo (1893–1978) Khama, Seretse (1921–1980) and Botswana nationalism Khmelnytsky Uprising, 1654 Khmer Rouge and Pol Pot Khomeini, Ayatollah Sayyid Ruhollah Mussaui (1902–1989) and the Shi'ite Islamic Revolution Khuda-i Khidmatgar: Pashtun non-violent resistance force (1929–1948) Kim Joa-jin (1889–1930) King, Martin Luther, Jr. (1929–1968) and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) Klein, Naomi (b. 1970) and the movement against neoliberal globalization Knights of Labor and Terence Powderly (1849–1924) Kobayashi, Takiji (1903–1933) and the Japanese proletarian movement Kollontai, Alexandra (1872–1952) Korea, civic movement Korea, labor movement, 20th century Korea, migrant workers' struggle Korea, movement of the urban poor Korea, peasant and farmers' movement Korea, popular rebellions and uprisings, 1492–1910 Korea, post-World War II popular movements for democracy Korea, protest against neoliberal globalization Kosovo, civil ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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