Social Ecology and Communalism
Perfect Book, 118 pages
An astute observer of the theoretical and practical limitations of the traditional left, Murray Bookchin sought to develop a refreshingly new political framework. Developing from his earlier works on social ecology-which combined ecological principles with the abolition of social hierarchy and economic inequality- Communalism is a fascinating blend of libertarian municipalism with the best of the anarchist and Marxist traditions.
These essays, collected for the first time, represent the final works of Murray Bookchin, co-founder of the Institute for Social Ecology and the author of dozens of articles and books.
Eirik Eiglad is the editor of the journal Communalism.
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|Perfect Book, 118 pages||English|
|AK Press (Jun. 1st, 2007)||Unknown|
|9781904859499||5.16 x 7.78 x 0.31 inches|