Some articles on age politics, politics, age:
... from the various 'fringe' movements beginning to generate a coherent new politics ... But I looked in vain for the people and groups that were expressing that new politics (instead of merely bits and pieces of it)" ... out to write a book that would express the new politics in all its dimensions ...
... Satin's book Radical Middle The Politics We Need Now, published by Westview Press and Basic Books in 2004, attempts to present radical centrism as a political ideology ... Award" for 2003 and 2004 from the Section on Ecological and Transformational Politics of the American Political Science Association ... Satin presents Radical Middle as a revised and evolved version of his New Age Politics book, rather than as a rejection of it ...
... political perspectives – neopacifism in the 1960s, New Age politics in the 1970s and 1980s, and radical centrism in the 1990s and 2000s ... After emigrating to Canada at the age of 20, Satin co-founded the Toronto Anti-Draft Programme, which helped bring American Vietnam War resisters to Canada ... He also wrote the Manual for Draft-Age Immigrants to Canada (1968), which sold nearly 100,000 copies ...
... the end of the 20th century, criticisms were being directed at the New Age political project from many quarters, but especially from the liberal left and religious right ... On the left, scholars argued that New Age politics is an oxymoron that personal growth has little or nothing to do with political change ... One political scientist said New Age politics fails to recognize the "realities" of economic and political power another faulted it for not being opposed to the capitalist ...
Famous quotes containing the words politics and/or age:
“Politics is war without bloodshed while war is politics with bloodshed.”
—Mao Zedong (18931976)
“Our age is an age of moderate virtue
And of moderate vice
When men will not lay down the Cross
Because they will never assume it.
Yet nothing is impossible, nothing,
To men of faith and conviction.”
—T.S. (Thomas Stearns)