‘Wild Democracy is a daring and compelling collection of essays that explores the theory and practice of moving towards an equitable, post-growth society, and defends an alternative, post-consumerist account of human flourishing. Thoreau believed that ‘in wildness lies the preservation of the world’ and Samuel Alexander has shown us how we do this in our backyards, our local communities and our everyday practices. He has done Thoreau proud.’ – Robyn Eckersley, author of ‘The Green State: Rethinking Democracy and Sovereignty‘
Simplicity Institute, Melbourne
188 pages in print format.