Green Anarchism: its origins and influences

Santa Cruz: Black Powder Press, 2009. 32p., 5.5x8.5 inches, wraps, staplebound pamphlet.

From the publisher's description: "Originally a lecture presented to the Workers Education Association, this is an impartial and analytical dissertation on the background of Green Anarchist thought as it emerged in Britain during the mid-70's, and later in the US. This pamphlet covers the ideas of Richard Hunt, who developed an economic analysis that emphasized tribal communities. Hunt also had a lot of problematic ideas, which this pamphlet makes no attempt to hide. Other topics covered are Deep Ecology, Social Ecology, and Primitivism."

Cat.No: 202555

Price: $15.00