Murray Bookchin

North American Anarchist Vol. 1, No. 10, May/June 1981

Issue #10 of North American Anarchist, with articles on a coal miners' strike, self-organisation vs the police in Atlanta, the structure of Solidarity in Poland, the militant squatters movement in West Germany, the rise of the far-right under Reagan, a critical report of a Bookchinist anarchist conference, "brown lung" disease in the cotton industry, anarchist feminist notes and women in Poland, the situation in El Salvador, reviews of a book about television and a Fassbinder film, direct action and survival, the failed coup attempt in Spain, Swedish social democracy, unschooling society, prison news with updates on the Peltier case, worker unrest in the USSR, and more.

North American Anarchist Vol. 1, No. 7, October/November 1980

Issue 7 of the North American Anarchist, with articles on the revolt in Poland and the role of the Catholic Church, an interview with Stuart Christie, the "Towards a Citizen's Militia" controversy, a critique of Bookchin's views on ecology, anarchist feminist notes, anarchism and organisation, childbirth, television, prison news, New Brunswick and the influence of the Irving corporation, workers' control, Abbie Hoffman, a coup in Turkey, workplace occupations in Southern Ontario, voting and more.

The Third Revolution: Popular Movements in the Revolutionary Era

The Third Revolution

This major four-volume project is a comprehensive account of the great revolutions that swept over Europe and America during the past three centuries. Throughout, the emphasis is on 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. The four volumes of The Third Revolution form a dramatic ensemble that encompasses the hopes and social conflicts of past eras, as well as prospects for the coming century.

Which Way for the Ecology Movement?

Which Way for the Ecology Movement?

In the essays that make up this book, Murray Bookchin calls for a critical social standpoint that transcends both "biocentrism" and "ecocentrism." A call for new politics and ethics of complementarity, in which people, fighting for a free, nonhierarchical, and cooperative society, begin to play a creative role in natural evolution. Bookchin attacks the misanthropic notion that the environmental crisis is caused mainly by overpopulation or humanity's genetic makeup.

Free cities: communalism and the left

The last collection of essays written by Murray Bookchin before he died.

Post Scarcity Anarchism - Audiobook

This is a reading of the essay/pamphlet entitled Post-Scarcity Anarchism, not the book by the same name.

Ecology and Revolutionary Thought Audiobook - Murray Bookchin

Audiobook of Murray Bookchin's Ecology and Revolutionary Thought.