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Paperback Post-Scarcity Anarchism Book

ISBN: 1904859062

ISBN13: 9781904859062

Post-Scarcity Anarchism

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From the Working Classics Series ' comes this modern anarchist classic, bringing an inspiring vision of how a non-hierarchical, ecologically minded and non-capitalist society can equitably meet human needs. Bookchin argues that material scarcity need no longer plague human history. Through the dissolution of hierarchical relations, social and cultural potentials can now be fulfilled in our 'post-scarcity' era.'

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An important book in the modern anarchist movement

Ecology plus technology plus a life-time background in revolutionary politics produces Bookchin's masterpiece. This book is well-known, though probably not especially well-read, in anarchist circles. The collection of essays hit on a number of topics orbiting the core notion of corporate profit versus a healthy world and a reestablishment of anarchist ideals in a world (okay, a portion of the world) in which the struggle seems to be for a larger plasma television rather than for a scrap of food. Regardless of your personal take on the essays, I'd recommend the book as an argument that you should listen to. Agree or disagree.
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