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Decentralizing Power: Paul Goodman's Social Criticism


Manufacturer: Black Rose Books

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"Never content to criticise without awakening initiative and encouraging action, Paul Goodman's writing is as compelling [now] as it was in the 1960s. Believing that States and institutions interfered too much in people's lives, undermining initiative for the sake of soulless order and mindless material growth, Goodman was articulate about a wide range of concerns, from community planning language theory, psychology and education, to countless political and social problems, and presented us with some real alternatives."

Edited by Taylor Stoehr. Black Rose, 1994.

Product Code: 1765

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