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Interview people at your school and in your community about tips that can be used to gain free goods and services legally and compile a list.

Find a Web site run by organizers of political demonstrations, and see if the tips they give for self-protection are different than the ones Hoffman gave in the 1970s. Research and explain how modern demonstrations are different than those in the 1960s and 1970s.

Prepare a tape of an hour-long broadcast your class would make if you started your own underground radio station.

Hold a mock trial for someone arrested using the tips for stealing suggested in this book. Have the prosecution make the case for social order and the defense make the case, as Hoffman puts it in the book's introduction, that "corporate feudalism [is] the only robbery worthy of being called 'crime,' for it is committed against...

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