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Many similarities exist between the new movements against austerity that have emerged since 2011, ranging from Taksim Square in Turkey to the Chilean student protests, and from Greece to NYC. One of them is their return to the principles of direct democracy and their organization around popular assemblies. These ideas are hardly new – Murray Bookchin, who is one of the leading anarchist thinkers of the twentieth century, has been elaborating ideas about popular assemblies for several decades that have influenced thinkers such as David Harvey. The Next Revolution brings together Bookchin’s writings on popular assemblies for the first time, just as his ideas are rekindling the radical imagination worldwide.
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About the Author
Murray Bookchin was an active voice in the ecology and anarchist movements for more than forty years, and is the author of The Ecology of Freedom and Post-Scarcity Anarchism, among many other books.
Table of Contents
Foreword Ursula K. Le Guin ix
Introduction Debbie Bookchin Blair Taylor xiii
1 The Communalist Project 1
2 The Ecological Crisis and the Need to Remake Society 31
3 A Politics for the Twenty-First Century 43
4 The Meaning of Confederalism 67
5 Libertarian Municipalism: A Politics of Direct Democracy 83
6 Cities: The Unfolding of Reason in History 97
7 Nationalism and the "National Question" 109
8 Anarchism and Power in the Spanish Revolution 139
9 The Future of the Left 145
Further Reading 197