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The Climate Crisis and the Need for Utopian Thinking

Originally posted on Erstwhile: A History Blog:
Contributing editor Graeme Pente highlights the prescience of nineteenth-century utopian thinker J.A. Etzler and what that might offer us in the face of climate catastrophe. Flooding in New Orleans from Hurricane Katrina. Credit…

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19th and 20th Century Shifts in bourgeoisie

Lots of people think they need a revolution or violence to change things. We may not forget the urban workers, who moved by their misery and by the powerful social myths engendered by the Great Revolution, remained unreconciled. For a … Continue reading

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