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Empowering the Earth Strategies for Social Change

By: Alex Begg
288 pages, Figs
Publisher: Green Books
Empowering the Earth
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Begg shows how power is the fibre of society, binding us together and building our institutions. His organic theory of power - treating it as a dynamic, living process, rather than a passive tool - will facilitate strategic thinking among those working for social change.
`We are clearly dealing with power all the time, and there is a real need for this kind of theoretical work. I hope that it will be widely read.' George Monbiot

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By: Alex Begg
288 pages, Figs
Publisher: Green Books
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