Murray Bookchin

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Murray Bookchin (1921 - 2006) was a libertarian socialist, historian, philosopher and factory worker. His philosophy has been extremely influential in modern democratic and environmental movements. Although he spent most of his life as an anarcho-communist, he developed the philosophies of social ecology, dialectal naturalism and libertarian municipalism, and finally abandoned the anarchist movement to develop communalism as a distinct philosophy.