The Politics of Social Ecology: Libertarian Municipalism

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Black Rose, 1998 - Political Science - 187 pages
Best known for introducing the idea of ecology to the Left, and for first positing that a liberatory society would also have to be an ecological society, Murray Bookchin, developed the basic components of "libertarian municipalism" - how to create free cities. Written in short, to-the-point chapters, the book presents an introductory overview.

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An excellent short introduction to the political applications of Social Ecology. This book makes ready its reader for debates over the historical presence and possible modern application of direct ... Read full review

Contents

Politics versus Statecraft
1
The Historical City
13
Ancient and Medieval
21
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Janet Biehl is a writer, editor, and translator.

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