A Radical Porposal
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📒Basic Income ✍ Philippe Van Parijs
✏Basic Income Book Summary : Providing a basic income to everyone, rich or poor, active or inactive, was advocated by Paine, Mill, and Galbraith but the idea was never taken seriously. Today, with the welfare state creaking, it is one of the world’s most widely debated proposals. Philippe Van Parijs and Yannick Vanderborght present a comprehensive defense of this radical idea.
📒Strategy For Labor ✍ André Gorz
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📒A Radical Proposal For Full Use Of Free Speech ✍ Stephen T. Claflin
✏A radical proposal for full use of free speech Book Summary :
📒A Radical Proposal To Reinvigorate The Teaching Of The Liberal Arts ✍ Michael Wayne Santos
✏A Radical Proposal to Reinvigorate the Teaching of the Liberal Arts Book Summary : This book offers a systematic, integrated, chronological, multi-disciplinary approach to reinvigorate the teaching of the liberal arts and put them back at the center of a student's educational experience.
📒Decentralizing City Government ✍ Walter G. Farr
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📒Andre Gorz ✍ Conrad Lodziak
✏Andre Gorz Book Summary : Andre Gorz is widely regarded as a major contemporary theoretician and his comprehensive critique of social formations offers both a direction and meaning to the current technological revolution.In the first accessible introduction to his work in English, Lodziak and Tatman trace the development of Gorz's political and philosophical theory over a period of more than four decades. Gorz's influence on European intellectual and political culture is examined, as is Gorz's own formative influence.
📒A Radical Faith ✍ Eileen Markey
✏A Radical Faith Book Summary : On a hot and dusty December day in 1980, the bodies of four American women-three of them Catholic nuns-were pulled from a hastily dug grave in a field outside San Salvador. They had been murdered two nights before by the US-trained El Salvadoran military. News of the killing shocked the American public and set off a decade of debate over Cold War policy in Latin America. The women themselves became symbols and martyrs, shorn of context and background. In A Radical Faith, journalist Eileen Markey breathes life back into one of these women, Sister Maura Clarke. Who was this woman in the dirt? What led her to this vicious death so far from home? Maura was raised in a tight-knit Irish immigrant community in Queens, New York, during World War II. She became a missionary as a means to a life outside her small, orderly world and by the 1970s was organizing and marching for liberation alongside the poor of Nicaragua and El Salvador. Maura's story offers a window into the evolution of postwar Catholicism: from an inward-looking, protective institution in the 1950s to a community of people grappling with what it meant to live with purpose in a shockingly violent world. At its heart, A Radical Faith is an intimate portrait of one woman's spiritual and political transformation and her courageous devotion to justice.
📒The Quest For A Radical Profession ✍ David Wagner
✏The Quest for a Radical Profession Book Summary : This book, based on in-depth interviews of radical social workers, who at one time were associated with the Catalyst collective, explores through oral history the social psychological effects of upward mobility on political ideology. Historically large numbers of idealistic activists entered social work and other human services professions, but there have been few studies about the careers of such individuals and what has happened to radicals who pursue careers as community organizers, caseworkers or therapists, administrators or planners. Contents: A Radical Professionalism?; Radical Social Work; The Moral Careers of Radical Social Service Workers-Becoming Radical, Becoming Social Workers, Images of Success/Worlds of Pain, and Occupations and Ideology; Radicalism, Social Action, and Social Service Careers-The Decline of Oppositional Activism, Politics at the Retail Level: 'Radical Practice', The Absorption of Radicalism; and Bibliography.
📒Radical Education Rle Edu K ✍ Robin Barrow
✏Radical Education RLE Edu K Book Summary : This volume is a comprehensive critique of the radical tradition in educational theory. It traces the development of the key ideas in radical literature from Rousseau to the present day. Two opening chapters set Rousseau’s educational views and arguments in their political perspective, and subject them to an extended critical treatment. Subsequent chapters provide detailed analyses and examination of the ideas of A S Neill, Paul Goodman, Ivan Illich and Everett Reimer, Charles Weingartner and Neil Postman. Each author is treated separately but certain common themes and ideas are extracted and considered without reference to any particular author. Amongst others, the concepts of nature, learning, hidden curriculum and the relativity of knowledge are examined; at the same time broader arguments about the degree and nature of freedom that should be provided to children, deschooling and assessment are pursued.
📒Can Coal Be Saved ✍ Colin Robinson
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