Green Political Thought: An Introduction
The past year has seen a remarkable growth in public concern about environmental issues such as the `greenhouse effect' and depletion of the ozone layer. Support for the Green Party in the 1989 European elections startled many, as did Margaret Thatcher's avowed interest in `green' questions. Andrew Dobson's clear and stimulating book explains the ideas, aims and strategies of the Green movement. He demonstrates that Green political thought is distinct from the ideologies that have dominated political life for centuries, such as socialism, liberalism and conservatism. The difference between `light-green' and `dark green' politics is explained, and dark green politics is presented as a profound challenge to the political, economic and social consensuses that dominate the late twentieth century.
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