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Social Ecology and Communalism

@inproceedings{Bookchin2007SocialEA,
  title={Social Ecology and Communalism},
  author={Murray Bookchin},
  year={2007}
}
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References

The more significant works include the books From Urbanization to
  • My writings on libertarian municipalism date back to the early 1970s, with "Spring Offensives and Summer Vacations
  • 1972