In Defence of Luddism$15.00
"Is there anything in common between the age of automation now upon us and the first industrial revolution long ago (circa 1790-1840)? Yes. Both surged ahead with technical progress and production,...
An Unbridgeable Chasm$12.95
This book asks--and tries to answer--several basic questions that affect all Leftists today. Will anarchism remain a revolutionary social movement or become a chic boutique lifestyle subculture?...
A comprehensive critique of Bookchin's social ecology, which attempts to explore new paths of thinking about radical politics. Watson's visionary ecology challenges the mystique of progress and...
Over the last few decades. Bookchin developed the basic components of 'libertarian municipalism' - how to create free cities. Written in short, to-the-point chapters, this book presents an...
A new edition of Zerzan's first collection of essays, exploring alienation, and the resistance it has engendered.
Biotechnology and the Corporate Takeover of Your Food$17.95
Is biotechnology the world's new risk-free breadbasket? In this impassioned report, the authors reveal that the quest for corporate profits has ridden roughshod over questions of public health,...
A Dialogue Between Murray Bookchin & Dave Foreman$15.99 $12.00
In this collection of dialogue, debates, and essays, the two main protagonists in the deep vs. social ecology debate come together to answer the question, "Whither the radical ecology movement?"...
A Short Economic History of the Environment$15.00
A clear introduction to the destruction of the environment brought about by capitalism. Moving from the Industrial Revolution to modern imperialism, Foster shows that only a fundamental...
Materialism & Nature$18.00
An examination of Marx's writings on ecology, especially agriculture, shows that he was not the industrialize-at-all-costs sort of guy he's sometimes made out to be. His critique of capitalism...
The Hijacking of the Global Food Supply$14.00
Shiva follows Biopiracy by uncovering what the Industrial Agriculture Monopolies are doing with their stolen plunder: further impoverishing 3rd world farmers, destroying fertile crop lands,...