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A treatise on the practical application of Anarchism as the next step in social evolation. Presents examples of anarchistic structural reforms that can provide a more viable and sustainable system for managing societies, resources, ecosystems and economies. Arguing against the ineptitude of centralized bureaucracies in addressing the needs of individual cities and other small communities, the author proposes that Anarchy, that is, the ground-up organization of groups and communities, is better equipped to protect individual and ecological interests, but does not condone the wholesale imposition of such changes.