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A Community Manifesto

By: Chris Wright
178 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Earthscan
A Community Manifesto
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  • A Community Manifesto ISBN: 9781853837340 Paperback Dec 2000 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Considers the crucial dimensions of personal responsibility, consensus and community and shows how to find a new language to reinvigorate society and life, and develop the resourcefulness to achieve this.


The spectre of doubt; a thoroughly modern way of living; ways of the world; regaining a sense of direction; focusing the mind.

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By: Chris Wright
178 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Earthscan
Media reviews
Chris Wright's The Community Manifesto" has much of the feel of Fritz Schumacher's 1960s classic "Small is Beautiful: Economics as if People Matter" with oodles of honest-to-goodness common sense, knowledge in detail across a broad spectrum of 'worlds' and an armchair style that convinces without confronting. It is also ideologically very sound from a 'Fourth World' viewpoint with Chris Wright's long-held belief in the "power of community to transform our world" shines through from every intellectual "tour de force." A deceptively easy read..and just the book to slip into." -- Peter Etherden, Fourth World Review
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