The Modern Crisis


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By Murray Bookchin
New Society Publishers

The Modern Crisis presents Murray Bookchin’s latest thinking on social ecology, moral economics, and solutions to the worsening social and scological crisis.

Bookchin grounds human survival in the recognitionof the principles of unity in diversity, spontaneity, and non-hierarchy found in ecological communities. He uncovers the potentialities of freedom in a true understanding of the interdependence of the human and natural orders. In The Modern Crisis, Bookchin proposes a fundamental and empowering reconstruction of politics, based on face-to-face municipal democracy.

The Modern Crisis should serve as the best and most accessible introduction to this important social theorist’s thought.

“Murray Bookchin stands at the pinnacle of the genre of utopian social criticism.”–Stanley Aronowitz, The Village Voice

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Weight 6.9 oz
Dimensions 8 × 5.25 × 0.5 in


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