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The trilogy ends with the new anarchism, which deals with the exciting developments in anarchist theory since the reemergence of social movements in the 1960s and 1970s.Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas documents various currents in anarchist thought, from eco-anarchism on, as well as the spread of anarchist social movements around the world. This volume features selections from many prominent writers, including Murray Bookchin, Noam Chomsky, Carole Pateman, Peter Marshall, David Graeber, Luce Fabbri, Mark Leier, C.George Benello, Daniel Colson, Rosella Di Leo, Todd May, Alan Carter, Ed Herman, Richard Sonn, Ashanti Alston, Ba Jin, Saul Newman, Jesse Cohn, Richard Day, Amedeo Bertolo, Chaia Heller, Brian Tokar, Uri Gordon, Howard J. Ehrlich, Mok Chiu Yo, Sharif Gemie, Luis Andrés Edo, and many others.This volume in the series, as with those already published, goes well beyond all previous anthologies of anarchist writings in both theoretical and geographical scope, making the series an extraordinary accomplishment and an historical collection. Selections from many countries and contexts are included, some translated into English for the first time.In the afterword, Robert Graham surveys the many different currents in anarchist thought documented in all three volumes of this outstanding and definitive anthology, discussing the continuity and changes in anarchist ideas as they have evolved in their historical context and the importance of these ideas for the future.Robert Graham has been writing on the history of anarchist ideas and developments in contemporary anarchist theory for over twenty years.
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