Energy and Community
New concerns and new criteria for liberalism in America.Is conventional liberalism dead? Or can liberal ideology be restructured to meet the changing political realities of the 1980s?This provocative collection of essays by some of America's most progressive critics focuses on the issues of greatest importance to politically and socially conscious Americans. It brings a new perspective to health care, education, employment, welfare, and crime. Its approach to foreign policy stresses commitment to human rights and nuclear disarmament, as well as a renunciation of interventionary diplomacy. And for the first time, it fully acknowledges the mega-issues of environmentalism, biopolitics, energy, and global interdependence - areas which can expand and revitalize traditional liberal value.
Avon Books, Discus Books
New York, NY
environmentalism, biopolitics, energy, global interdependence
Anderson, Kenneth; Lovins, L. Hunter; and Lovins, Amory, "Energy and Community" (1983). Contributions to Books. 263.