From head shops to Whole Foods : the rise and fall of activist entrepreneurs / Joshua Clark Davis.
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- ISBN: 9780231171588
- ISBN: 0231171587
- Physical Description: pages cm.
- Publisher: New York : Columbia University Press, 
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Introduction -- The origins and ideologies of activist business -- Liberation through literacy: African American bookstores, Black Power, and the -- Mainstreaming of black books -- The business of getting high: head shops, countercultural capitalism, and the battle over marijuana -- "The feminist economic revolution": businesses in the women's movement -- Natural foods stores: environmental entrepreneurs and the perils of growth -- Perseverance and appropriation: activist business in the twenty-first century -- Conclusion.
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