Who are the Ultimate Conductors of Social Change and Progress?

Who are the Ultimate Conductors of Social Change and Progress?

The studies of society, power and politics raise critical questions such as ‘Who/What are the drivers of social innovation?’, ‘What brings about social change?’ and ‘What is the role of popular deviance in conducting change?’. This article explores these questions and more.

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The Historical Theory and Practice of Collectivist Anarchism

The Historical Theory and Practice of Collectivist Anarchism

By utilizing primary sources of two anarchist uprisings (The Paris Commune of 1871 and Revolutionary Catalonia in 1936) in conjunction with the ideas of philosophers Peter Kropotkin and George Orwell, this article explores the revolutionary values and objectives of collectivist anarchism.

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The 20th Century: Testing Grounds for Government Ideology

The 20th Century: Testing Grounds for Government Ideology

“From the development of the welfare state in America to the communist revolutions of the East and the fascist uprisings throughout Europe; nearly every inch of the globe witnessed an ideological revolution, each advancing the government’s role in a nation’s society and economy – for better or worse.”

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