In this wide-ranging book, Graham Purchase, one of the anarchist movement's leading theoreticians, graphically demonstrates relation of classical libertarian thought to the most pressing issues on the Green agenda: bioregionalism, overpopulation, sustainable agriculture, animal rights, wilderness preservation, technology, social ecology, and eco-defense. This book is not, however, a collective of dry, academic essays. Purchase's uncompromising approach and acerbic comments ensure that Anarchism & Environmental Survival will remain a controversial book on the environment.
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