||Part one. Trumpism in comparative-historical perspective -- Putting Donald Trump in historical perspective : racial politics and social movements from the 1960s to today / Doug McAdam -- Populism, democracy, and resistance : the United States in comparative perspective / Kenneth M. Roberts -- Part two. The birth of the resistance -- Who made the Women's March? / Marie Berry and Erica Chenoweth -- Mobilizing for immigrant and Latino rights under Trump / Chris Zepeda-Millán and Sophia J. Wallace -- Climate of resistance : how the climate movement connected to the resistance / Dana R. Fisher -- Part three. Actors and organizations -- Lawyers as activists : from the airport to the courtroom / Michael C. Dorf and Michael S. Chu -- The many faces of resistance media / David Karpf -- Indivisible : invigorating and redirecting the grassroots / Megan E. Brooker -- Part four. Dynamics of resistance -- Rhythms of resistance : the Anti-Trumpian moment in a cycle of contention / Sidney Tarrow -- Generational spillover in the resistance to Trump / Nancy Whittier -- Constituency and leadership in the evolution of resistance organizations / Hahrie Han and Michelle Oyakawa -- Conclusion : Trumpism, the resistance, and the future of American democracy / David S. Meyer -- Afterword : What the resistance means for American democracy / Jacob S. Hacker.
||"Even before the 2016 presidential election took place, opponents of a Trump presidency took to the streets. The protests intensified after Trump took office. Over time, the Resistance was joined by a broad variety of groups and embraced an increasing diversity of tactics. The Resistance details the emergence of a volatile and diverse movement directed against the Trump presidency"-- Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 295-321) and index.|