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Murray Bookchin was one of North America’s most important ecological voices. Active in the ecology movement for over thirty years, he authored more than a dozen books on urbanism, ecology, technology and philosophy. Edited by Janet Biehl and described by Bookchin himself as the best introduction to his work The Murray Bookchin Reader spans five decades of writings essential to the ecological and political philosophies of the contemporary libertarian left.
Janet Biehl is the author of The Politics of Social Ecology (Black Rose Books) and Ecology or Catastrophe: The Life of Murray Bookchin (Oxford University Press). She lives in Burlington, Vermont.
Paperback: 288 pages
Publisher: Black Rose Books (1999)