Community Technology by Karl Hess


With the times a’changin’ as they are, we all need to better prepared for the uncertainty that lies ahead. This book will give you a head start.

In the 1970s, the late Karl Hess participated in a five-year social experiment in Washington D.C.’s Adam-Morgan neighborhood. Hess and several thousand others labored to make their neighborhood as self-sufficient as possible, turning to such innovative techniques as raising fish in basements, growing crops on rooftops and in vacant lots, installing self-contained bacteriological toilets, and planning a methanol plant to convert garbage to fuel. There was a newsletter and weekly community meetings, giving Hess and others a taste of participatory government that changed their lives forever.

Liberty in our lifetime is possible…but only with direct action.

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