Conversations in Maine: Exploring Our Nation's Future
South End Press, 1978 - Political Science - 299 pages
Four veteran activists discuss the difficulties of creating social change in the United States. This volume touches on matters of philosophy, art, class analysis, and social strategy, in every instance seeking a new vision of social organization and an effective means of realizing that vision.
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