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Natural Causes: Essays in Ecological Marxism
Economic growth since the Industrial Revolution has been achieved at great cost both to the natural environment and to the autonomy of communities. What can a Marxist perspective contribute to understanding this disturbing legacy, and mitigating its impact on future generations? Renowned social theorist James O'Connor shows how the policies and imperatives of business and ...more
Paperback, 350 pages
Published December 19th 1997 by The Guilford Press
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my first attempt to read anything about ecologist marxism, red/green politics. It was very dense but very imformative and well thought out. the author even adress many of the problems inherant in marzism itelf and offers solutions to these isuues. He even recognizes that social movements are just as important as economic ones, which is a suprise for a Marxist.