The Third Revolution, Volumen1

Bloomsbury Academic, 1996 M12 1 - 256 páginas
This text gives a detailed account of the great revolutions that have swept over Europe and America during the last three centuries. The author starts with a look at the peasant wars that preceded the modern era, then gives accounts of the English Revolution of the mid-17th century, the American Revolution of the 1770s-1780s, and the French Revolution. The work emphasizes the popular movements that propelled 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.

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Murray Bookchin, Institute of Social Ecology, Vermont is the foremost social theorist and political philosopher of libertarian left known for introducing ecology as a concept relevant to radical political thought. His writings range from politics and ecology through anthropology to history.

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