By Kevin Tucker
The second collection of essays by anarcho-primitivist Kevin Tucker. These essays, divided into two sections 'The Consequences of Domestication' and 'The Ecology of Resistance,' take a deep historical, anthropological and ecological look into the ways the domestication tears apart our needs as social animals to build and perpetuate civilization and its domination of our lives and our world.
- 344 pages
- Black & Green Press (2/15/18)
- 5.5 x 0.5 x 8.5 inches