Teenage Rebels provides a glimpse into the laws, policies, and political struggles that have shaped the lives of American
high school students over the last one hundred years. Through dozens of case studies, Dawson Barrett recounts the strikes,
marches, and picket lines of teens all over the US as they demand better textbooks, start recycling programs, and protest
the censorship of student newspapers. Using historically influenced artwork and accessible writing, this book is for anyone
who has ever challenged the rules and wished for a better world.