Social anarchism or lifestyle anarchism: an unbridgeable chasm - Murray Bookchin

Social anarchism or lifestyle anarchism: an unbridgeable chasm - Murray Bookchin
Social anarchism or lifestyle anarchism: an unbridgeable chasm - Murray Bookchin

Murray Bookchin's polemical essay against the increasingly individualist, misanthropic, mystical and anti-organisational trends in US anarchism still holds relevance today, no less in Britain than the States.

Written in the mid-'90s, his emphasis on collective action to achieve meaningful change over the isolation and ineffectiveness of lifestyle politics should be considered by all those tempted to see anarchism as a subculture to join rather than a practice that informs their interaction within (rather than outside of) society. libcom.org 2005AttachmentSizeSocial Anarchism or Lifestyle Anarchism.pdf2.39 MB

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