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Urbanization without Cities: The Rise and Decline of Citizenship


Manufacturer: Black Rose Books

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"Murray Bookchin introduces provocative ideas about the nature of community, and what it means to be a fully empowered citizen. He believes that the tension that exists between rural and urban society can be a vital source of human creativity, thereby defining a new, richly imaginative politics which can help us recover the power of the individual, restore the positive values and quality of urban life, and reclaim the ideal of the city as a major creative forces in our civilization. What is envisaged is an environmentally oriented politics, a new ecological ethics and a citizenry that will restore the balance between city and country and, ultimately, between humanity and nature."

Murray Bookchin. Black Rose Books, 1992.

Product Code: 9781895431001

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