Dear America
by Karl Hess

Disappointing. Written on the level of Greening of America, only more preachy. He advocates neighborhood socialism, worker control of industry, noncoercive institutions, and ultimately anarchism. He is primarily opposed to biggness per se, secondarily, he favors freedom. The result is neighborhood totalitarianism with libertarian and democratic rhetoric.

Year Read: 1975


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