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The Accumulation of Freedom: Writings on Anarchist Economics Paperback – February 14, 2012
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About the Author
Anthony J. Nocella, II, while finishing his Ph.D. in Social Science at Syracuse University, he teaches at SUNY Cortland and Le Moyne College in Criminology and life skills at a youth detention facility. He is also an associate of a number of scholarly institutes including the Program on the Analysis and Resolution of Conflicts (PARC) and is the Executive Director of the Central New York Peace Studies Consortium and the Institute for Critical Animal Studies (ICAS). His books includeTerrorists or Freedom Fighters?(ed.),Academic Repression(ed.),Igniting a Revolution(ed.), andContemporary Anarchist Studies(ed.).
Dr. John Asimakopoulos is Executive Director of the scholar-activist Transformative Studies Institute (TSI) and Associate Professor of Sociology at the City University of New York, Bronx. He is also editor in chief of Theory in Action, an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal and is working with TSI to establish a new accredited, free and progressive graduate school operated by scholar-activists. John's work focuses on labor, globalization, and social theory championing the formation of counter ideology, independent working class media and educational institutions, and direct action.
Top Customer Reviews
With the current economic climate, with rising profits and stagnant unemployment and low wages. Something will happen to change the system, the question becomes what will happen and what will it look like.
In this collection we get a look at what the possibility could look like. The book is split into six sections, each section taking on a different part of how the system is not working; and how it could work better.
Only a few chapters feel out of place in the book.
Long live the revolution.