Auteur: Roussopoulos, Dimitrios
Titel: The Anarchist Papers 2
Following the well-received publication of the first volume of The Anarchist Papers, this collection is even more exciting. The authors cover a wide range of issues from a perspective of concern with freedom. L. Susan Brown examines the connections between existentialism and feminism, and the libertarian impulses in both; Janet Biehl surveys the controversy between eco-feminism and deep ecology; while Ron Sakolsky analyses the parameters of a participatory culture open to a whole range of people who are now on the periphery. In a seminal essay, William McKercher evaluates On Liberty by John Stuart Mill, in an original way, while Karl Hess, in discussing social ecology, issues an eloquent warning that there is too much confusion over the question of ‘rights.’ Marie Fleming gives us a documented portrait of an extraordinary champion of freedom, Elisée Reculs*, and Thomas S. Martin traces the origins of representative democracy only to find it wanting as an electoral system. The book includes a major programmatic platform by the ever-expanding U.S. Green Movement.
1989, 192 pag., Euro 14,8
Black Rose Books, Montréal, ISBN 9780921689362
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