Desert | Anonymous
189 pages | LBC Books
The even more new and improved version, and now featuring a choice of two different covers.
A text that plays significantly on the invisible committee's concept of desert and also desertion, this is a gloves-off assault on optimism and the hope of saving the world. It asks the question "what does it mean to be an anarchist, or an environmentalist, when the goal is no longer working toward a global revolution and social/ecological sustainability?"
In some ways, this is the equivalent of Nihilist Communism for a green anarchist audience.
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