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  1. It’s nice to see that Bookchin was looking toward early Christian america, i.e. Purtian New England’s town meetings, for examples of alternative social organization. It seems that he was less bound by dogmatic atheistic anarchism in his later life than he was in the 1970s.

    He sounds very much like a pan-anarchist by the end of this clip.

  2. It’s nice to see that Bookchin was looking toward early Christian america, i.e. Purtian New England’s town meetings, for examples of alternative social organization. It seems that he was less bound by dogmatic atheistic anarchism in his later life than he was in the 1970s.

    He sounds very much like a pan-anarchist by the end of this clip.

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