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The Murray Bookchin Reader
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Social Anarchism or Lifestyle Anarchism : An Unbridgeable Chasm by Murray Bookchin.  

The Third Revolution by Murray BookchinThe Third Revolution : Popular Movements in the Revolutionary Era by Murray Bookchin

This project is a comprehensive account of the great revolutions that swept over Europe and America during the past three centuries. Murray Bookchin, a life-long student of revolutions, begins in Volume 1 with the peasant wars that preceded the modern era, then gives vivid accounts of the English Revolutions of the mid-seventeenth century. Throughout, the emphasis is on the popular movements that propelled the great revolutions the great revolutions to radical peaks, the little-known leaders who spoke for the people, and the liberatory social forms to which the revolutions gave rise. In the vast scope of this work, Murray Bookchin combines the social background and key events of the great revolutions. This work is more than an account of the past, the democratic forms of social organization it describes make it unusually relevant for the searing problems of public empowerment and freedom today. Volume 2 which will cover the 19th and 20th centuries, is scheduled for publication in Fall 1997. MURRAY BOOKCHIN was a radical activist in the American labor movement of the 1930s and has been a social theorist on the left throughout his life. A very early voice on environmental issues, he is the author of over 20 books including Re-enchanting Humanity. He has worked in foundries and taught in universities. He is Professor Emeritus of the Institute of Social Ecology in Vermont. 'A major American political philosopher' - San Francisco Chronicle.

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School of Social Ecology
University of California, Irvine.  Social Ecology is an interdisciplinary field that examines the relationships between people and their environment.  It integrates behavioral, environmental, legal, and health sciences.  

Research in social ecology is organized around two key themes:

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Institute for Social Ecology
The Institute for Social Ecology was established in 1974 at Goddard College and incorporated in 1981 as an independent institution of higher education for the purposes of research, education, and outreach in the field of social ecology. The Institute's educational programs have served more than 2500 students worldwide. The ISE offers workshops, conferences, and colloquia, as well as its Summer Semester and B.A./M.A. program. In addition, the Institute has been active in the publication of newsletters, monographs, books, and journals, including Democracy and Nature: the International Journal of Politics and Ecology. 

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