Activists and the Long March Home Ebook : Class Geography, Conviviality, Melancholy Territory - Humble Origins 3

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A libertarian socialist explores what his baby-boomer generation of activists has learned and how this may be re-mixed, in times that have changed so much and changed so little. The book is written in three ‘voices’ represented in its subtitle. *Class geography* is a voice for the profound capacity of ordinary working people, to know, to make and to self-manage. *Melancholy territory* is a voice for the profound diversity of persons. And *conviviality* represents the commitment to liberation, enacted in forms of facilitative practice (one of the great political discoveries of the Baby-boomer generation), and in a dhamma path through the wild worldly landscape of human minds that have a long way to go, evolution-wise. This is work in progress (as are we ourselves!). The present version comprises prologue, three introductory chapters and postscript. This is the third of three volumes exploring 'humble origins' in different times and modes.
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April 29, 2018
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