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This expansive collection ranges over, amongst others, Bookchin’s account of his teenage years as a young Communist during the Great Depression, his experiences of the 1960s and reflections on that decade’s lessons, his vision of a libertarian communist society, libertarian politics, the future of anarchism, and the unity of theory and practice. He goes on to assess the crisis of radicalism today and defends the need for a revolutionary Left. Finally, he states what is to be valued in both anarchism and Marxism in building such a Left and offers guidelines for forming a new revolutionary social movement.
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This was the first book we read as a group and it took around 2 months to finish.
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