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Paris: May 68
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We live in a world ravaged by wars, poverty and growing ecological
problems, a disastrous state of affairs which the activities of capitalists
and nation states have done much to bring about. Traditional anarchist
demands for decentralisation of these power structures, coupled with
the empowering of the individual have never been more relevant. In
this short work, the author addresses what he sees as the relative
weaknesses of the anarchist movement in the areas of sociology, psychology
and economics, arguing that the real revolution lies with the
individual and how he or she behaves in interpersonal relationships.
He also addresses Systems of Production and Ideology, and Ecology,
Technology and Organisation.
Product Code: 1281
Author: GRIFFIN, John
Publisher: Freedom Press
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