Left Green Perspectives #15

The Population Myth II by Murray Bookchin Before the 1970s, Malthusianism in its various historical forms claimed to rest on a statistically verifiable formula: that population increases geometrically while food supply increases merely arithmetically. At the same time, anti-Malthusians could refute it using factual data. Arguments between Malthusians and their opponents were thus based on …

By Left Green Perspectives | April 1st, 1989 | Left Green Perspectives (1988-2000) | 0 Comments |

Left Green Perspectives #14

Policy Statements Capitalism, Consensus, and Theistic Spirituality The following programmatic theses have been written by members of the Burlington Greens as draft resolutions for the National Green Gathering to be held in Eugene, Oregon, on June 21-24, 1989. Based on such resolutions, or SPAKAs (Strategy and Policy Approaches in Key Areas), written by Greens around …

By Left Green Perspectives | January 1st, 1989 | Left Green Perspectives (1988-2000) | 1 Comments |

Left Green Perspectives #10

Yes!–Whither Earth First? Editors’ Note: The following article was written nearly a year ago in response to a supplement in the November I, 1987, issue of Earth First! The greater part of the supplement attacked the author, Murray Bookchin, for some six columns. After an orgy of personal recriminations, unfounded accusations. and sheer falsehoods, Earth …

By Left Green Perspectives | September 1st, 1988 | Left Green Perspectives (1988-2000) | 0 Comments |

Left Green Perspectives #8

The Population Myth – I by Murray Bookchin The “population problem” has a Phoenix-like existence: it rises from the ashes at least every generation and sometimes every decade or so. The prophecies are usually the same namely, that human beings are populating the earth in “unprecedented numbers” and “devouring” its resources like a locust plague. …

By Left Green Perspectives | July 1st, 1988 | Left Green Perspectives (1988-2000) | 0 Comments |

Left Green Perspectives #6

The Crisis in the Ecology Movement by Murray Bookchin American ecology movements — and particularly the American Greens — are faced with a serious crisis of conscience and direction. Will ecologically oriented groups and the Greens become a movement that sees the roots of our ecological dislocations in social dislocations — notably, in the domination …

By Left Green Perspectives | May 1st, 1988 | Left Green Perspectives (1988-2000) | 0 Comments |