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Thailand's Red Shirt Protests: Popular Movement or Dangerous Street Theatre?
Social Movement Studies
nearly 90 people were shot dead and more than 2,100 injured in the most serious street fighting in Bangkok for nearly two decades. Television images showed protestors dressed in Red Shirts using slingshots to fight soldiers armed with guns and tanks while shops and buildings burnt. To some observers, these events were a class-based movement of poor people from Thailand's rural zones protesting at an undemocratic government and the lack of inclusion in economic development (e.g. Ungpakorn,doi:10.1080/14742837.2010.522313 fatcat:5wb3npudzzfn5ifiigcqmxlrye