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Rising Up and Rising Down: Some Thoughts on Violence, Freedom and Urgent Means is a seven-volume treatise on the subject of violence by American author William T. Vollmann. First published by McSweeney's in November 2003, it was nominated for the National Book Critics Circle Award. A single-volume condensed version was published at the end of the year by Ecco Press, an abridgment Vollmann explained by saying, "I did it for the money.
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